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|2110||4131||Intro to Public Affairs||ONLINE||ONLINE||N/A||A. Roberts|
Introduces students to the policymaking process and the core crafts on which schools of public affairs focus: policy analysis & evaluation and public administration & management. GE Soc Sci Human, Nat, and Econ Resources course.
|3000||4060||Public Policy Analysis||MW||3:20 - 4:55||Page 010||K. Young|
Introduces students to the concepts, theories, and methods of applied policy analysis. Students develop an understanding of market failures and the tools available to public sector actors to mitigate them. Students also learn various methodological approaches to analyze public policy at the formulation and implementation stages. Prereq: Econ 2001.01, 2001.02, or 2001.03, and GE Data Analysis course; or permission of instructor.
U.S. Food Policy
(4 week, Session 1)
10:00 - 12:20
|Page Hall 060||N. Hooker|
An examination of national food affairs; the policy and practice of food. The approach is to introduce institutions, tools and topics.