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8 Policy Formulation Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Policy Formulation Sayings By James Meade: My interest in economics has always been in the whole corpus of economic theory, the My interest in economics has always been in the whole corpus of economic theory, the interrelationships between the various fields of theory and their relevance for the formulation of economic policy. — James Meade
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Policy Formulation Sayings By David Ignatius: Foreign policy is about the execution of ideas as much as their formulation. Foreign policy is about the execution of ideas as much as their formulation. — David Ignatius
Policy Formulation Sayings By Evan G. Galbraith: The State Department desperately needs to be vigorously harnessed. It has too big a role The State Department desperately needs to be vigorously harnessed. It has too big a role to play in the formulation of foreign policy, and foreign policy is too important to be left up to foreign service officers. — Evan G. Galbraith
Policy Formulation Sayings By Narendra Modi: We would like a stable policy framework, and whatever incentives and tax structures are there We would like a stable policy framework, and whatever incentives and tax structures are there should be made known to investors upfront. There should be credibility, clarity and continuity in both policy formulation and its implementation. — Narendra Modi
Policy Formulation Sayings By Timothy Geithner: As financial markets continue to broaden and deepen, the behavior of asset prices will play As financial markets continue to broaden and deepen, the behavior of asset prices will play an important role in the formulation of monetary policy going forward, perhaps a more important role than in the past. — Timothy Geithner
Policy Formulation Sayings By Joseph Alois Schumpeter: Socialist endeavour of the Fabian type would not have amounted to anything at any other Socialist endeavour of the Fabian type would not have amounted to anything at any other time. But it did amount to much during the three decades preceding 1914, because things and souls were ready for that kind of message and neither for a less nor for a more radical one. Formulation and organization of existing opinion were all that was needed in order to turn possibilities into articulate policy, and this "organizing formulation" the Fabians provided in a most workmanlike manner. They were reformers. The spirit of the times made socialists of them. They were genuine socialists because they aimed at helping in a fundamental reconstruction of society which in the end was to make economic care a public affair. — Joseph Alois Schumpeter
Policy Formulation Sayings By Jon Meacham: The doctrine that bears Monroe's name - that the United States opposes all European intervention The doctrine that bears Monroe's name - that the United States opposes all European intervention in the Western Hemisphere - owes much to the work of Monroe's secretary of state, John Quincy Adams, who was instrumental in the formulation of the policy. But it was also at least partly of Jeffersonian inspiration. In Jefferson's case, it was fitting that a man who had spent his life in pursuit of control would extend it as far as he could in the service of his nation, leaving a kind of last declaration of independence. This time it was a matter of policy, not of revolution. It was a declaration all the same. I — Jon Meacham
Policy Formulation Sayings By C. G. Jung: This formulation will not please the mass man or the collective believer. For the former This formulation will not please the mass man or the collective believer. For the former the policy of the State is the supreme principle of thought and action. Indeed, this was the purpose for which he was enlightened, and accordingly the mass man grants the individual a right to exist only in so far as he is a function of the State. The believer, on the other hand, while admitting that the State has a moral and factual claim on him, confesses to the belief that not only man but the State that rules him is subject to the overlordship of "God," and that, in case of doubt, the supreme decision will be made by God and not by the State. — C. G. Jung