Faculty of Arts
Public Policy: Actors, Processes and Politics
Designed to enable development of a conceptual "tool-kit" for the explanation and evaluation of public policy. Examines the role of policy actors such as interest groups, business, technical experts and government agencies; the way in which the international economy and domestic political institutions shape policy outcomes, the recognition and diagnosis of policy problems and the rationality of policy decision-making.
Not taught in 2012
Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Jennifer Curtin
POLITICS 222: 15.0 points
Any 30 points at Stage I in Political Studies or Māori Studies or MĀORI 130, or 30 points passed in Stage I listed in Social Science for Public Health