Planning and implementation of public policy always departs from reconcile the aspirations, the contextual situation and the dynamic changes. This is a challenge because of the high diversity of stakeholders and actors who involved in this effort. Let’s say food security: How to increase the stability and quality of the food supply can be done in the midst of various challenges such as the high conversion of food, in increasing of population, changes in food consumption patterns, climate change and free trade? And how to come up with clear and measurable information to be a reference in the form of long-term achievement of national priorities in sync with short-term target of annual budgets?
… National development challenges of the 21st century is a multi-actor, multi-purpose, high interconnectedness and dynamic. The sectoral approach without long-term projections will always be left behind …
Builds scientific analysis by chronicling the dynamics and causal chain of a particular governance issues with holistic and cross-sectoral view
IDeA answers the questions above by facilitating policy modeling studies. Modeling policy is scientific analysis by chronicling the dynamics and causal chain of a particular governance issues with holistic and cross-sectoral view. This approach aims to anticipate the complexity of the field in proportion to not come by surprise with the cost of public trust and other development resources. Besides that, policy modeling can give the information of the policy impact in one sector to the other sectors, thus becoming a meeting point for the coordination of effective and targeted.
Professionals of IDeA have experiences in implementing various initiatives and policy modeling program, as the following:
- Rice Supply Chain Modeling for Improved Food Security
- Synergy of Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation in Bio-Energy Policy
- Industrial Policy Study of Rattan Cultivation Results