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Evaluation of population policies

T. Paul Schultz

Evaluation of population policies

a framework for analysis and its application to Taiwan"s family planning program

by T. Paul Schultz

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Taiwan.
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control -- Taiwan.,
    • Fertility, Human.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] T. Paul Schultz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS36 .R3 R-643, HQ766.5.F6 .R3 R-643
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 82 p.
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5448746M
      LC Control Number73150663

      Population growth and policies in sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract. For sub - Saharan Africa, the need for reductions in population growth rates is a critical component in achieving greater economic development and higher standards of living. Correspondingly, the present report focuses on the economic consequences of. The choice of techniques to estimate the parameters of a model, more than the choice of model per se, is crucial to the meaningfulness of the analysis for policymaking. Specifically, simultaneous-equations techniques are needed for a better understanding of the effects of population policy on reproductive behavior. 48 pp. Ref.

      on some object. In this book, we use evaluation in a more restricted sense, as program evaluation or interchangeably as evaluation research, defined as a social science activity directed at collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information about the workings and effectiveness of social programs. Evaluations are conducted for a variety of. Population Research and Policy Review (PRPR) provides a broad, interdisciplinary coverage of population research, and offers an up to date and solid basis of information on the policy implications of recent research relevant to the causes and consequences of changing population size and composition.

      Population policy All of the measures explicitly or implicitly taken by the authorities aimed at influencing population size, growth, distribution, or composition. A population policy is a set of measures taken by a State to modify the way its population is changing, either by promoting large families or immigration to increase its size, or by. Program evaluation should focus first on monitoring adequate implementation and dose (i.e., strength or intensity of intervention, duration, and reach); and community-level initiatives should focus on achieving the amount and kind of policy, environment, or systems changes sufficient to achieve population-level outcomes (dose).Author: Lawrence W. Green, Leslie Sim, Heather Breiner, Nutrition Board.


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This book examines the history behind the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of population policies in the more developed, the less developed, and the least developed countries from until today, as well as their future prospects.

It links population policies with the theories of the. Introduction sThis book examines the history behind the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of population policies in the more developed, the less developed, and the least developed countries from until today, as well as their future prospects.

Population policy refers to control of human population by legislation or other official means. It involves setting goals for such population parameters as total size, the maintenance of demographic stability, and birth and mortality Evaluation of population policies book.

The program evaluation literature for population and health policies is in flux, with many disciplines documenting biological and behavioral linkages from fetal development to late life mortality, chronic disease, and disability, though their implications for policy remain uncertain.

In the explicit National Population Policy was adopted. This was followed by preparation of the Programme of Implementation in To a certain extent, the National Population Policy took on board some of the goals and objectives of the former implicit population policies and programmes.

Introduction Basics Cost-Benefit Analysis Multi-attribute Value Functions Further Reading Outline 1 Introduction 2 Basics 3 Cost-Benefit Analysis 4 Multi-attribute Value Functions 5 Further Reading Alexis Tsoukiàs Methods and Tools for Public Policy EvaluationFile Size: 2MB.

Evaluating the Welfare State: Social and Political Perspectives together with its companion Social Policy Evaluation: An Economic Perspective is the outgrowth of an international and interdisciplinary conference on policy evaluation held at Tel Aviv University in December Population Policies Reconsidered Health, Empowerment, and Rights Gita Sen Evaluation of population policies book Germain Lincoln C.

Chen EDITORS Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies Department of Population and International Health Harvard School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts International Women's Health Coalition IWHC New York, New York March United Nations Workshop on Evaluation and Analysis of Census Data Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, 1–12 December Outline 1.

What is demography 2. Meaning of “population” 3. Population change and components of population growth 4. Demographic transition 5. Data sources 6. Demographic measurements 7. Direct and indirect techniques. The population target of million by has been reached; it is estimated the policy prevented million births The total fertility rate decreased from in to in ( in urban areas and in rural areas) Question: what is the counterfactual.

The previous policy of "late,Author: Hillel Rapoport. In the selection of chapters for the book there is an emphasis on the Asian region which has been most active in the development and implementation of population policy.

However, some effort has been made to achieve geographical balance. The chapters selected include a variety of views on population policy and population planning.

Evaluation is best used as a reference for clarification on particular evaluation research issues, and not as a text from which to understand the implicit assumptions of evaluation science." I agree particularly with the reviewer's last statement that EVALUATION is best used a reference book, and that's how I will use it in the by: Evaluation of population policies: a framework for analysis and its application to Taiwan's family planning program Author: T Paul Schultz ; Rand Corporation.

Evaluation of Public Policy Initiatives 5 A recent (and perhaps, continuing) example of the latter situation is electricity generation in NSW. Over the last 3 years the cost of electricity has risen by around 35%. And we have been advised of likely further rises over the next two years of around another 20%.

(This is before the impact of the. The lecture notes on population and Development Provide information on demographic concepts, current rapid population growth on health and other socio-economic development.

In the absence of relevant text and reference books that are specifically prepared for undergraduate students of Population Policies. The Population Policy File Size: KB. By the early 19th cent., however, it had grown to one billion, and subsequently rose to more than 2 billion by3 billion by4 billion bymore than 5 billion byand more than 6 billion by ; the United Nations estimates the.

The population of Ethiopia is very young with a mean age of approximately 17 years. According to the Census, the proportion of total population under the age of 15 was %. Since the level of fertility has not changed at all, there is no reason to think that there has been any change in the age composition of the population since Size: KB.

Policies generally operate at the systems level and can influence complex systems in ways that can improve the health and safety of a population. A policy approach can be a cost-effective way to create positive changes in the health of large portions of the Size: KB.

Evaluation Policies The Foundation for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of (“Evidence Act”) was signed into law (Public Law ) on Janu It requires agencies to identify and set priorities for evidence-building in consultation with their stakeholders.

Dr Shenggen Fan, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC "This book is written by a global leader who spans the worlds of academia, policy and programmes, excelling in each.

Professor Sheryl Hendriks has produced a beautifully balanced book on the challenges of delivering food security and nutrition. A Population-Based Policy and Systems Change Approach to the Prevention and Control Hypertension identifies a small set of high-priority areas in which public health officials can focus their efforts to accelerate progress in hypertension reduction and control.

It offers several recommendations that embody a population-based approach grounded.POPULATION POLICY On a piecemeal basis, the U.S.

Government began helping less developed countries to slow their population growth in the s, but the idea of an integrated policy on world and U.S. population growth came on the scene from an unexpected source: President Nixon. In a Jspeech, he said bluntly that “One of the most.to the policy. Policy impact evaluation’s relation to policy development phases is illustrated in Figure 1.

when you are evaluating the impact of a policy on a population, randomization may be unethical or impossible, not to mention costly or time-consuming.

(). The magenta book: Guidance for evaluation. London, UK: Author.