Exploring the Factors Influencing the Success of Public Policies: Evidence from Iran’s Higher Education
Tayebeh Abbasi () and
Akbar Hassanpoor ()
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Tayebeh Abbasi: University of Tehran
Akbar Hassanpoor: Kharazmi University
Public Organization Review, 2022, vol. 22, issue 2, No 12, 435 pages
Abstract Although the public policy's success is every government concern, some policies are usually more successful than others. However, the policy's success must be evaluated in each country's national context and a public policy domain. The study aims to identify factors contributing to the policy success of Iranian higher education. This study's findings show that the policy content and using the appropriate approach to formulate policies are the critical causes of policy success; also, providing the proper context to policy implementation, developing policies with considering the capacities and constraints of this area and establishing evaluation system to create opportunities for learning and possible changes can play the significant role in HE’s policy success.
Keywords: Public Policy; Policy Success; Higher Education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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