2009年 06月 12日
PP260-1 (4) Leadership & Strategy CCN 77220
MW 10:00-12:00pm * 250 GSPP * Professor Robert Reich
This course examines the political and organizational factors involved in developing new policies, choosing among alternatives, gaining acceptance, assuring implementation, and coping with unanticipated consequences. Materials will include case studies, theoretical, empirical, and interpretive works from several disciplines.
PP251-1 (3) Microeconomic Organization and Policy Analysis CCN 77211
M 2:00-4:00 pm * 355 GSPP * Professor Lee Friedman
Two hours of seminar and one hour of conference per week.
Research seminar to develop public policy analyses based on microeconomic theories of organization, including collective demand mechanisms, behavioral theory of regulatory agencies and bureaucracies, and productivity in the public sector.
PPC253-1 (3) International Economic Development Policy CCN 77214
F 10:00am-12:00 pm * 285 Cory * Professors Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet
Two hours of lecture per week. Co-Sponsored by the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Public Policy, the course will equip students with the practical skills needed to produce an economic analysis of a policy issue in the developing world, of the quality required by international agencies such as the World Bank. Cross listed with AREC253.
PP259 (3) Cost-Benefit Analysis CCN 77217
TuTh 5:00-6:30 pm * 105 GSPP * Visiting Professors Larry Dale & Pete Larsen
Three hours of lecture per week. This course focuses on the application of economic tools to the analysis of a wide range of contemporary policy issues. It is intended to help students become sophisticated consumers of cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and related methods. While applications will be emphasized throughout the course, the underlying theory and analytical techniques will be developed rigorously as
well. Areas to be explored will include environmental policy, natural resource management, health care policy, research and development, and health and safety regulation. Practical professional skills will be emphasized as well: these will include visual presentation of data and concepts, writing clear and concise memos, using spreadsheet software to solve problems, and working successfully on teams.
PP282-1 (4) Environment and Technology from the Policy and Business Perspective CCN 77247
TuTh 12:30-2:00 * 250 GSPP * Professor Margaret Taylor
Three hours of lecture and one hour of discussion per week. This class explores a wide range of environmental policy issues that shed light on the complex relationships between the natural environment, technology, policy, and business. The first few weeks provide an overview of contemporary (and historic) environmental problems and introduce a number of political and economic themes as well as approaches to environmental policy and management. But most of the classes explore the government and business contexts in which particular environmental technology “heroes” and “villains” develop, with the idea of creating a “bottom-up” understanding of the dynamics of environmental innovation as well as
technology-induced risk. This class should particularly appeal to students interested in designing innovative approaches to environmental policy and management from positions in government, industry, or the non-profit sector. Topics include water management, approaches to solid waste issues, the reduction of air pollution from stationary and mobile sources, solutions to climate change, and coping strategies with respect to emerging technologies with potential environmental implications, including nanotechnology.
PP290-2 (3) Special Topics in Public Policy CCN 77277
Tu 12:00-2:00pm * 105 GSPP * Visiting Instructor Tom Courtney
Topic: Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Two hours of lecture per week. The purpose of this course is to provide both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills for financial management in nonprofit organizations. The course will focus on the financial management issues faced by senior and middle managers. Students will learn the tools and techniques for effective planning and budgeting as well as how to control, evaluate and revise plans.
Accounting principles and systems will be examined from a management perspective with an emphasis on designing systems to meet the unique management information needs of different organizations. The use and development of internal and external financial statements will be covered. Students will learn the tools and techniques of financial statement analysis, interpretation and presentation. Other topics include:
grant and contract management, managing restricted funds, and working with boards of directors and other key stakeholders. The course is designed to develop the core financial management skills needed by senior and middle managers in large and small organizations. These include the practice of critical and analytical thinking, the ability to synthesize and plan, the knowledge of how to control and evaluate, and the skills to communicate. We will address the real challenges, opportunities and problems of managing resources in nonprofit organizations. Course examines current problems and issues in the field of public policy. As topics vary from year to year, course may be repeated for credit.
PP290-12 (3) Special Topics in Public Policy CCN 77286
T 6:00pm – 9:00pm * 250 GSPP * Visiting Lecturer Tim Dayonot
Topic: “Negotiations" - The objective of this course is to improve negotiation skills and to increase the ability to resolve conflicts in a multitude of situations, including public policy disputes. Topics will include: distributive and integrative bargaining; preparation strategies; defense to ploys; power and perceptions; multi-party negotiations; legislative and regulatory negotiations, working with legal counsel;
emotions, email negotiations, handling difficult negotiators, impact of personality traits and public policy mediation. Simulated negotiation exercises will be used extensively. Course examines current problems and issues in the field of public policy.
Cost Benefit Analysisはお勧めできなかった科目なので、おもわず書き込んじゃってます。しかもこの教授があまりよくなく、私たちの学年でも登録してdrop-outした人が多くいます。でも教科書はとっても良いので、お送りしましょうか？soft copy であります。
貴重なご意見をどうもありがとうございます。Cost Benefitは外部の講師なのでちょっとどうかなと不安に思っていました。お手数でなければ、送っていただけると助かります。確認したところ、春学期にNegotiation Seminarという少人数のがありますね。一応両方顔を出して、dropするかどうか決めようと思います。