Best practices and recommendations on policy packaging

Publication: Research - peer-reviewReport chapter – Annual report year: 2011

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  • Author: Fearnley, Nils , Norway

    Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

  • Author: Longva, Frode, Norway

    Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

  • Author: Ramjerdi, Farideh, Norway

    Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

  • Author: Kessler, Florian, Austria

    AustriaTech, Austria

  • Author: Osland, Oddgeir, Norway

    Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

  • Author: Justen, Andreas, Germany

    German Aerospace Center, Germany

  • Author: Gudmundsson, Henrik

    Transport policy and behaviour, Department of Transport, Technical University of Denmark, Bygningstorvet 116B, 2800, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

  • Author: Sørensen, Claus Hedegaard

    Transport policy and behaviour, Department of Transport, Technical University of Denmark, Bygningstorvet 116B, 2800, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

  • Author: Schippl, Jens , Germany

    Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis, Germany

  • Author: Åkerman, Jonas, Sweden

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

  • Author: Isaksson, Karolina, Sweden

    Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, Sweden

  • Author: Givoni, Moshe, United Kingdom

    Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

  • Author: Macmillan, James, United Kingdom

    Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

  • Author: Vesela, Jirina, Czech Republic

    TRC, Centrum dopravniho výzkumu, v.v.i., Czech Republic

  • Author: Vencl, Vaclav, Czech Republic

    TRC, Centrum dopravniho výzkumu, v.v.i., Czech Republic

  • Author: Strnadova, Danuse, Czech Republic

    TRC, Centrum dopravniho výzkumu, v.v.i., Czech Republic

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This report, which is the final deliverable of the Optic project (Optimal Policies for Transport In Combination), summarises two years of collaborative research into the policy process of combining individual measures into policy packages.
Six stages of the policy process are identified. This report gives practical and general advice for each of these stages:
1. Define objectives and targets
2. Create an inventory of measures, identify potential primary measures and detect causal relationships
3. Assess policy package
4. Modify package
5. Package implementation
6. Evaluate effects, introduce remedial actions
In addition, this report explores in further detail indicators and tools for the assessment of policy packages; the management of barriers; and issues of transferability.
Original languageEnglish
TitleOPTIC. Optimal policies for transport in combination : 7th framework programme: Theme 7 transport
Number of pages94
Publication date2011
ChapterDeliverable 6
StatePublished

Bibliographical note

Grant Agreement No: No TREN/FP7TR/233681/"OPTIC"

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