MPPL-710 Public Policy Process for Executives
Fall for 2016-2017
This course examines the institutions that play major roles in the American public policy process, including the presidency, the bureaucracy, the Congress, the courts, interest groups, and the media. Key stages of the policy-making process are analyzed, including agenda-setting, policy formulation, debate and deliberation, and implementation. Particular attention is paid to the external environment, including the political context that executives must operate in, the motivations of key institutional players that affect decision- making, and the aspects of the process where executives can effect change.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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