Table of Contents:
Part One: Methods. Section A: Policy Evaluation. Chapter 1: Conceptual Theory. Chapter 2: Theory of Knowing. Chapter 3: Causal Theory. Chapter 4: Normative Theory. Section B: Win-Win Analysis. Chapter 5: Basic Concepts on Win-Win Analysis. Chapter 6: Win-Win Justice. Chapter 7: Co-Effects, Diagrams, and Win-win Analysis. Chapter 8: Scientific Objectivity and Win-Win Analysis. Chapter 9: Foresight and Hindsight in Win-Win Analysis. Part Two: Substance. Section A: Developmental Policy. Chapter 10: Win-Win Economic Growth Policy. Chapter 11: Win-Win Poverty Reduction and Prevention. Chapter 12: The Alleged Downside of Economic Growth. Chapter 13: Overcoming the Can't Do List. Section B: Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy. Chapter 14: Reciprocal Relations Among Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy. Chapter 15: Prospects for Global Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy. Chapter 16: International Peace, Prosperity, and Democracy. Part Three: Process. Section A: Creativity. Chapter 17: Causes of Creative Legislation in the U.S. in the 1900s. Chapter 18: Effects of Public Policy on Stimulating Creativity. Chapter 19: Integrating Innovative Ideas. Section B: Dispute Resolution. Chapter 20: Win-Win Mediation. Chapter 21: Promoting Democracy. Chapter 22: Win-Win Peace Negotiations. Section C: Political Hurdles. Chapter 23: Types of Feasibility. Chapter 24: Feasibility of Diverse Proposals. Chapter 25: Causal Analysis in SOS Adoption and Implementation. Index.