PPGD64H3: Comparative Public Policy

This seminar course explores some of the major theoretical approaches to the comparative analysis of public policies across countries. The course explores factors that influence a country’s policy-making process and why countries’ policies diverge or converge. Empirically, the course examines several contemporary issue areas, such as economic, social or environmental policies.
Areas of Focus: Comparative Politics; Public Policy

Prerequisite
PPGB66H3/(PPGC66H3) and [[POLB50Y3 or equivalent] or [POLB92H3 and (POLB93H3)]] and [1.5 credits at the C-level in POL courses]
Exclusion
(POLD64H3)
Enrolment Limits
25
Breadth Requirements
Social and Behavioural Sciences