Water Policy Effects on Crop Production and Vice Versa: An Empirical Approach
Policy advice that points out broad policy directions based on economic theory and political expediency has value for policy formulation; however, where policy evolves in an incremental manner, it requires policy analysis as opposed to policy advice. Policy analysis is a quantitative assessment of marginal changes in the existing institutions and the way the changes are implemented.
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