public policy
  • IPA: /pʌb.lɪk.ˈpɔ.lɪ.si/

public policy

  1. (legal) The set of policies (laws, plans, actions, behaviors) of a government; plans and methods of action that govern that society; a system of laws, courses of action, and priorities directing a government action.
Related terms Translations
  • French: politique publique
  • Spanish: política pública

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