Chapter Nine (9) – Stakeholder engagement in policy development: Observations and lessons from the international experience: Provides a starting point for a better understanding about how different approaches, tools, and technologies can support effective stakeholder participation in policy development processes. In addition, we have seen how participatory policy-making involves stakeholders from various stages of the policy process and can focus on both the substance of the policy problem or on improving the tools and processes of policy development. The chapter examined five (5) international cases of stakeholder engagement in policy development to explore two questions: (a) what types of engagement tools and processes are useful for different stakeholders and contexts? (b) what factors support the effective use of particular tools and technologies for constructive outcomes? The cases address e-government strategic planning in a developing country, energy policy in a transitional economy, development of new technology and policy innovations in global trade, exploration of tools for policy-relevant evidence in early childhood decision-making, and the development of indicators for evaluating policy options in urban planning (pg 177; para3 – abstract extract).Chapter Nine (9)fig 9.1;illustrates Stakeholder Engagement in policy development.From this illustration please identify and name the six (6)critical stages of the policy process,and provide a brief narrative ofwhat happens at each stage?what are the six (6) most critical stages of the policy process?, provide a brief narrative ofwhat happens at each stageto support your response,provide substantive input totwoof your colleagues DF work,DO NOT Copy and Paste Responses Directlyfrom thetextbooks and any other digital Internet sources, its Verbatim!1.25 points earned for correctly addressing ALL of the above.