JSGS 822
Comparative Public Policy

This course uses a comparative perspective to analyze how public policy is formulated, how it can change, and why. It will discuss the roles of formal and informal institutions, of actors, structures, and networks. The aim of the course is to provide the participants with a greater understanding of classical and contemporary theories of public policy; with the ability to critically analyze and compare public policy; and to develop frameworks for comparative policy analysis.

Course Offerings

Term 3 - Spring Summer 2019

  • U of R, VC to U of S campus

    Registration #: 21123
    Instructor(s): Bruno Dupeyron
    Day: Block
    Time: May 7 (6:00-8:45pm); May 14-18 (9:00am-4:45pm); June 4 (6:00-8:45pm)
    Room: 2R 210