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Published: 18.01.2023

When designing a policy, issues, goals, tools, the style of the decision-making process, decision-making power of each participating actor, and concerned institutions will be clearly defined. However, such decisions could be overturned due to various factors. For example, after carefully studying proposed solutions, policymakers might find the definition of a core problem too narrow or loose, or the said definition is challenged by stakeholders. Adaptability and flexibility is the key to a process so mutable in nature such as policymaking.

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