POLC36H3 Law and Public Policy

This course examines how different types of legal frameworks affect processes and outcomes of policy-making.  It contrasts policy-making in Westminster parliamentary systems and separation of powers systems; unitary versus multi-level or federal systems; and systems with and without constitutional bills of rights.
Area of Focus: Public Policy

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Social & Behavioural Sciences