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年度 2017 開講期 集中 曜日 時限 単位 2 コード 303
授業科目 開発途上国公共政策論 (平成26年度までの入学者向け「開発途上国公共政策論I」)
専攻 国際協力専攻
プログラム 専攻共通科目
教員 伊東
目的・概要

(This course will be delivered by Joe Devine, a Visiting Professor from the University of Bath.)

Policy and management are important because they help turn ideas, vision and objectives into practice. The aim of this course is to increase our knowledge and understanding of international development policy and management. The course will provide theoretical as well as practical insights built around both macro and micro level perspectives.

 

In the first part of the course, we will look at the characteristics of policy making in countries of the Global South; different levels of policy intervention (international to local) and their interconnections; key stakeholders and inter-organisational relationships in the policy process.

 

In the second part, we will examine different development strategies and examine the process by which policy priorities are identified and defined. In particular we will reflect on the implications of policy mainstreaming and agenda setting.

 

In the third part, we shift the focus to the project level of development and explore the dynamics and challenges of development management.  This will entail an examination of key policy and management tools including stakeholder analysis and logical frameworks; as well as a discussion on results based development strategies.


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Policy and management are important because they help turn ideas, vision and objectives into practice. The aim of this course is to increase our knowledge and understanding of international development policy and management. The course will provide theoretical as well as practical insights built around both macro and micro level perspectives.

In the first part of the course, we will look at the characteristics of policy making in countries of the Global South; different levels of policy intervention (international to local) and their interconnections; key stakeholders and inter-organisational relationships in the policy process.

In the second part, we will examine different development strategies and examine the process by which policy priorities are identified and defined. In particular we will reflect on the implications of policy mainstreaming and agenda setting.

In the third part, we shift the focus to the project level of development and explore the dynamics and challenges of development management.  This will entail an examination of key policy and management tools including stakeholder analysis and logical frameworks; as well as a discussion on results based development strategies.

 

 

 


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English