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Week 10 Update

Update on finishing out the quarter

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Please complete a course evaluation!

Information on course evaluations

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ESM195_Spring2020_WritingAbstracts

Guidance for writing your abstract or executive summary

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ESM195_Spring2020_PeerReview

Guidanance for peer review assignment

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ESM195_Spring2020_HowToWriteConclusion

Guidance for your conclusion section

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ESM195_Spring2020_PresentationAssignmentGuidance

Guidance for giving your policy brief presentation

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ESM195_Spring2020_WritingAnIntroduction

Guidance for writing the introduction section to your policy paper

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ESM195_Spring2020_TakingStock

Taking stock of your papers at this point

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ESM195_Spring2020_WritingRecommendationSection

Guidance and thoughts on writing your policy recommendations

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ESM195_Spring2020_RiskAndUncertainty

Guidance for addressing risk and uncertainty in your policy papes

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ESM195_Spring2020_EvidenceandMeasurement

Policy outputs, outcomes, and success measures

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ESM195_Spring2020_AnalyzingEquityandWelfare

A quick guide to thinking about policy analysis related to equity, welfare, and justice.

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ESM195_Spring2020_AnalyzingEfficiency

An overview of economic efficiency issues and ways to think about efficiency for your policy papers.

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ESM195_StylesOfAnalysis

Overview of different ways of framing your analysis

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ESM195_Spring2020_LogicModels

Guide to making logic models for help with policy analysis

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ESM195_Spring2020_PolicyGoals_PolicyTools

How to frame goals and mechanisms in your policy analysis

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