28 Jun 2013
Albert Soer, UNDP Eurasia
In Croatia, citizens are discussing energy policies with decision makers and experts. Photo: UNDP
Despite new ways to engage stakeholders in policy making – design, formulation, implementation, monitoring – most of the discourse seems to be stuck in the classic policy cycle.
The dynamically changing environment in which policies are made and implemented, however, suggests we need a more dynamic conceptual framework to capture how policies are made, validated, implemented, assessed and most of all, how they evolve with a changing world.