This Handbook deals with many aspects of public policy evaluation including methods, examples, studies, professionalism, perspectives, concepts, trends, substance, theory, applications, dispute resolution, interdisciplinary interaction and bibliographies. A rich variety of insights and alternative perspectives on systematic policy evaluation, as well as ideas and applications dealing with win-win policy evaluation are, brought together to create a unique resource in public policy evaluation.

Coeffects Diagrams and Win-Win Analysis

In the summer 1999 issue of Policy Evaluation, there was an article titled “Win-Win Game Theory.” The article concluded that the multi-criteria Decisionmaking matrix and the coeffects causal path model were the best theoretical or methodological perspectives for analyzing policy problems to find win-win solutions.

The purpose of this chapter is to apply coeffects analysis to key problems from the fields of economic, technology, social, political, international, and legal policy. The ...

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