JSGS 806
Public Policy Analysis

Focuses on the analysis of the processes whereby public policies arise and are enacted in Canada. The course compares theories and models of policy making and decision making to illustrate the special requirements of the Canadian environment and examines the roles of various participants in the policy process: legislators, political parties, interest groups, administrators and administrative structures, citizens, and the judiciary.

Course Offerings

Term 3 - Spring Summer 2017 (2016/17 Academic Year)

  • U of S

    Registration #: 60950
    Instructor(s): Martin Boucher
    Day: ONLINE
    Time: July 24 - August 31
    Room: ONLINE

Term 1 - Fall 2017 (2017/18 Academic Year)

  • U of R

    Registration #: 31876
    Instructor(s): Bruno Dupeyron
    Day: Wednesday
    Time: 5:30 – 8:30 pm
    Room: CL 345
  • U of S

    Registration #: 84827
    Instructor(s): Alana Cattapan
    Day: Wednesday
    Time: 5:30 – 8:30 pm
    Room: DIEF 137

Term 2 - Winter 2018 (2017/18 Academic Year) (Tentative)

  • Online

    Registration #: 27440
    Instructor(s): Martin Boucher
    Day: Online
    Time: Online
    Room: Online

Term 1 - Fall 2018 - (2018/19 Academic Year) (Tentative)

  • U of S

    Instructor(s): TBC
    Day: TBC
    Time: TBC
    Room: TBD