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What is the implication of a departure from comprehensive to bounded rationality?
by Paul Cairney
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What is the implication of a departure from comprehensive to bounded rationality?

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Satisficing

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Getting as close to the comrehensive ideal as possible

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Incrementalism

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New policy based on past decisions

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Punctuated Equilibrium

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Decision makers promote a few issues to the top of their agenda ....

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... but ignore most

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Policy diffusion

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States emulate other states

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Multiple streams analysis

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Based on garbage can model in which decisionmaking is not rational and linear (identify the problem, then the solution, then choose). Rather, 3 independent streams exists.

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Suggests three streams have to come together to cause change.

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