PP338. POLICY DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
How can policy analysis and evaluation help us devise better public policies—and then make them work in practice? This graduate seminar begins with some of the big objectives of public policy, including sustainability, equality, and human flourishing. It moves to classic topics such as market and non-market failures, estimating the effects of policy changes, and implementation. It explores cutting-edge themes such as disadvantage and stigma, cultural diversity, public-private-nonprofit partnerships, and processes to engage citizens and policymakers
Collaboration Across the Public-Private Divide
Many of the most challenging problems facing our region and our world cannot be tackled by government alone. From health care to education, from poverty to social justice, from urban renewal to international development, effective projects and programs often require collaboration across the public-private-nonprofit divide. This course explores how to design, lead, and manage collaboration across the public-private divide. We examine theoretical approaches to appraise when various forms of collaboration make sense. We consider the practical challenges of making public-private partnerships work, using outstanding case studies. Along the way, we reconsider the meaning and practice of leadership and governance
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