The problems with copy and paste public policy

Are we at risk of atrophying our policy capabilities?

Vasiliki Bednar from joins me to talk about the problems arising from copy and paste public policy.

This is what happens when policy makers copy other jurisdictions blindly, rather than engage in a policy process that adapts to the needs of jurisdiction.

Obviously policy makers can and should learn from each other and best practices, yet often the process is the purpose, and blindly copying others leads to problems down the road.

Podcast/audio version