International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Toward A Model of Public Policy Process (A Practical Approach in Afghanistan Public Organizations)
Dr. Farid Ahmad Monib, Dr. Jamaluddin Qanet, Dr. Redwanullah Abdi

This research designed to develop a process-oriented model that can be applied to public policy making in public organizations, especially in Ministries of Afghanistan. One of the major problems with defective policymaking process models is that in many policy stages, inadequate policies are formulated and a factor in preventing organizations from reaching goals and solving problems. In order to achieve this goal, the researcher first presented a hypothetical model based on the results of the research literature, using a qualitative content analysis method, and after interviewing 12 experts and experts in various government agencies using the sampling method. Snowball and Qualitative Content Analysis research method yielded significant results. The importance and value of this paper is to provide a model that takes into account the maximum aspects and factors influencing the public policy process. In this study, it has been attempted to cover the vacuum of previous models. To this end, the end result shows that the proposed model of Afghan public organizations has six main stages (problem recognition and agenda setting, policy formulation, policy implementation, post-implementation and impact evaluation, policy modification and policy end). There are definite steps in each step that determine the logical relationship between each step.

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