Definitions

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  • noun one involved in the formulation of policies, especially politicians, lobbyists, and activists

Etymologies

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policy +‎ maker

Examples

  • So how about if you just keep being you: a religious zealot in policymaker's clothing, and I'll keep being the anti-you: a rational individual who finds a majority of fundamentalist methodologies to be obsolete and insulting to my intelligence.

    Edward Murray: Apparently, I'm Christine O'Donnell

  • If a policymaker is motivated by 'N', and the consequence of a policy is 'P'.

    Economic Arguments, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • So how about if you just keep being you: a religious zealot in policymaker's clothing, and I'll keep being the anti-you: a rational individual who finds a majority of fundamentalist methodologies to be obsolete and insulting to my intelligence.

    Edward Murray: Apparently, I'm Christine O'Donnell

  • Critics of Reich say his appointment as the State Department's top Latin American policymaker has more to do with domestic politics than foreign affairs.

    The Right Man For Latam?

  • What I find unusual and noteworthy coming from a person who has spent his career as a policymaker is his understanding of personal action as a strategic lever that can work both the demand and the supply side of the equation.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • What I find unusual and noteworthy coming from a person who has spent his career as a policymaker is his understanding of personal action as a strategic lever that can work both the demand and the supply side of the equation.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The Supreme Court has said that municipalities can be held liable when the key policymaker in the office -- in this case, Connick -- fails to train his staff about how to properly do their job, and a predictable and direct injury results.

    John Hollway: Deliberative Indifference

  • The Supreme Court has said that municipalities can be held liable when the key policymaker in the office -- in this case, Connick -- fails to train his staff about how to properly do their job, and a predictable and direct injury results.

    John Hollway: Deliberative Indifference

  • The Supreme Court has said that municipalities can be held liable when the key policymaker in the office -- in this case, Connick -- fails to train his staff about how to properly do their job, and a predictable and direct injury results.

    John Hollway: Deliberative Indifference

  • "If I'm a policymaker I would pay attention to the impact on massive inflows on asset-price inflation, which is building at the moment."

    China's Move May Push Capital Controls in Asia

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