NEW: The Servicizing Policy Packages!
The Servicizing Policy Packages are the result of a year and a half of research.
Take a look at the products of the packaging process below.
Servicizing Policy packages are comprised of three layers of sub-packages compiled in stages. The first is the basic package, which is a package that can be expected to reach the desired policy goals in each of the three sectors. The second is the effective package, which is the combination of measures that enhances the synergies between measures and minimizes unintended effects (i.e., “Rebound Effects”). The purpose of this package is to increase the net effectiveness of the policies. The third is the viable package. This is a package that includes ancillary measures in order to mitigate undesired equity effects of the basic package and to include steps that are necessary to overcome the implementation issues and the potential opposition of interest groups and vested interests.
SPREE Servicizing Policy Packages:
The Basic Policy Packages – November 2014
The Country Specific Viable Policy Packages – April 2015