INAF-361 Institutions and Policy Making in Africa
Spring for 2015-2016
Opalo, Kennedy
Ever wondered where bad public policies come from? Are you interested in knowing more about policymaking in developing countries?

This class will introduce students to the dynamics of public policymaking in sub-Saharan Africa; and how institutions structure policy outcomes in the region. The class will mainly rely on case studies, with emphasis on practical aspects of policymaking in different African countries – including in public health, education, social protection, agriculture, and infrastructure. Specific institutions to be considered will include political parties, legislatures, and state agencies involved in policy implementation.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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