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Formal Policy Review and Continuous Learning
Formal policy review and continuous learning
SanjayTomar and DarrenSwanson

What are formal policy review and continuous learning? Regular review, even when the policy is performing well, and the use of well-designed pilots throughout the life of the policy to test assumptions related to performance, can help address emerging issues and trigger important policy adjustments.

Why are Formal Policy Review and Continuous Learning Important for Adaptive Policy?

In Chapter 3 we introduced the case example of the Crow Rate, a rate-control agreement for transporting grain produced on the Canadian Prairies by railway. This policy instrument was a fixture of western Canadian agriculture and development for almost 100 years. It was engraved into the Railway Act in 1925 and did not change for the next ...

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