Policy Language – A Pattern Language for Degining Public Policy – Iba and Takenaka, 2017

 

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Policy Language
A Pattern Language for Designing Public Policy
Takashi Iba *1 and Heizo Takenaka *2*3
*1 Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
*2 School of Regional Development Studies, Toyo University
*3 Professor Emeritus of Keio University
Abstract
In this paper, we apply a pattern language to share practical knowledge of
designing public policy, which we call “Policy Language.” By sharing wisdom in
defining problems and solving them, described in the Policy Language, we aim to
make them into common tools in shaping public policies. The patterns we present
in this paper have been formed by reviewing Heizo Takenaka’s experience as a
Minister in Jun’ichiro Koizumi’s Cabinet, and Takashi Iba selected key elements
and described them. We present 18 patterns of policy language, which consists of 3
groups: society, public policy, and policy formation.

 

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