Course DescriptionContemporary public policy is inherently comparative in nature. Policy advisors, decision-makers and citizens are increasingly exposed to the policies of other jurisdictions. They are also increasingly prone to use this information to settle policy disputes. Comparisons of several countries and policies are used in order to better understand the nature of policy making in general. These countries and policies may vary from year to year in order to study current policy issues.
RequisitesPrerequisite: POG 214 or POG 314 or CPPA 211 or PPA 623
Antirequisite: CPPA 700
- Public Administration and Leadership : Electives (select 3)