Presenting a Model of Effective Factors on Quality Evaluation of Iran's General Policies

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Today, public policy evaluation is inevitable for governments due to the more complex community governance. Policy evaluation helps to adopt the most effective policies with the lowest costs through more conscious policy-making using appropriate evidences. An important challenge facing the general policy system in Iran is how to evaluate the quality of general policies and programs. Accordingly, reviewing the related literature and the opinions of experts in the field of general policy, factors influencing the evaluation of the quality of public policy identified. The results obtained from the conceptual model of research using Amos software and structural equation modeling showed that based on the public policy process, the most effective stages in the quality of general policy are the stages of design and legitimization of public policy with an effect coefficient of 0.68 and 0.57, respectively

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