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<!begin new recto!> Contents Preface 1 How Government Processes Information and Prioritizes Problems Part I Information and Choice 2 A Behavioral Model of Policy Choice 3 The Intrusion of New Information Part II Information Processing and Policy Punctuations 4 "Understandable Complexity" in Policy Choice 5 Incrementalism, Disproportionate Information-Processing, and Outcomes 6 Cognitive Architectures, Institutional Costs, and Fat-Tailed Distributions 7 Policy Punctuations in American Political Institutions Part III Signal Detection and the Inefficiencies of Agenda Setting 8 Agenda Setting and Objective Conditions 9 The Inefficiencies of Attention Allocation 10 Representation and Attention 11 Conclusions Appendixes References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Political planning -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- Decision making.