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Case Study— Canadian Salmon Fishery
Read and analyze the Canadian Salmon Fishery Case Study found on pages 1-22 of the Weimer and Vining textbook.
Present your findings with a minimum of 600 words, in an APA formatted paper.
•?Analyze the Case Study, and develop the conclusions, recommendations, and implications.
•?Consider the implementation challenges in the case, and the concepts and theories used to meet them.
•?Answer the Discussion Questions located on page 22.
•?Summarize what you have learned from an analysis of the Case Study.
Your assignment must:
•?Be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA format.
•?Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment (Case Study), the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
Your paper MUST include the following labeled sections:
Category Points Description
Title Page 5
Provide a title for the assignment using the Running head title page. See OWL
Purdue, APA Style, running head. Or go to the APA Website.
The running head title page is used most often in graduate programs.
Case Policy Analysis 45
Analysis of Case Analyze the case including comments about the stakeholders and role of
policy analysts. Identify the implementation challenges in the case, and the
concepts and theories used to meet them.
Reflecting on the case and textbook material, can you understand the policy
issues? How could an understanding of the public policy issues and stages
and stakeholder groups help resolve the issues in this case?
Be sure to respond to the questions on page 22 of the Vining textbook.
Support your conclusion with evidence from the case and our textbook.
Retrospective Evaluation and Recommendations 30
Given that there is no “one perfect solution” for this situation, identify,
describe, and defend two possible solutions or recommendations.
Clearly identify and defend your recommendations or courses of action to
take. Support your selections with evidence from the case, the textbook,
and/or weekly discussion. Remember there are always pros and cons, so do
your best to make reasonable recommendations.
Provide a summary of your concluding thoughts. Summarize what you have
learned from an analysis of the Case Study.