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What Can Software Engineers Learn from Public Policy Professionals?by@kuladeeparun
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What Can Software Engineers Learn from Public Policy Professionals?

by Kuladeep6mJune 10th, 2020
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Public policy is a state-initiated and state-executed intervention to get a certain outcome. But most of the times, such a single voluntary change causes a hundred unwanted changes in effect. Both policymakers and software engineers deal with systems that tend to do more than what’s asked. The book ‘In Service of the Republic - The Art and Science of Economic Policy’, authored by Vijay Kelkar and Ajay Shah, has been a major reference for this piece.

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