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For a variety of other economic questions, it is quite common for policymakers to seek guidance from economic models to help them formulate economic policy, much in the way that engineers consult models of the physical world when they design and build bridges.
In one stream of this literature, special interest groups use financial contributions to gain limited access to a policymaker, which then allows them to present either unverifiable or verifiable information such that contributions and information are complements (Austen-Smith 1995, 1998; Cotton 2009, 2012; Lohmann 1995).
Lately our policymaker has been saying that his order to the police was 'only to arrest them (drug suspects).
1 Visit local policymakers and tell them to support medically accurate, age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education programs in school and community-based settings.
Our report makes it clear that industry looks to policymakers for the assurance that their investments won't become uneconomic due to policy changes.
The question is how policymakers are linked with findings being envisaged by such reputable survey,' the commissioner said.
"Researchers often do not understand what citizens and policymakers expect from research, while citizens and policymakers often do not understand the inherent difficulties of policy research or the difference between what research shows and what they want to know."
He then proposes a series of recommendations that policymakers might consider as they look to improve college completion rates.
'They (policymakers) must not be afraid of instituting bold policies if they are deemed necessary, and this is especially important, during times of stress or marker failures that risk the orderly functioning of the economy and financial system.
The success of the East Asian economics diverted the attention of economists, policymakers and academicians towards the boons of export led development strategy.
It may be a good idea to organize a day-long forum for policymakers to listen to businesses of all sizes to understand how businesses work and what the policymakers can do to help these businesses.
Gold rose about 1 percent on Wednesday, shaking off two days of losses, as the dollar edged lower after the release of the minutes from Federal Reserve's July meeting at which policymakers voted unanimously to keep US interest rates unchanged.
Summary: Policymakers in developed economies are learning nothing from the 10 years of economic distress
Yet the massive economic and financial dislocations that would come to a boil in late 2008 and continue through early 2009 -- which brought the world to the brink of a devastating multiyear depression -- took policymakers in advanced economies completely by surprise.