Due to COVID-19, the schedule and contents will be changed. Those who wish to take this course, please contact Dr Tanaka ***** by April 13. Please clarify your name, affiliation, and academic background (e.g. engineering, internaitonal studies, public policy, etc. ). Also, please let me know if you are ready to use ZOOM.
I will establish a mailing list and deliver required readings and homeworks by April 27. Lecture will start in May for the time being, however, there will be major modification. If COVID-19 get worse, this course might be cancelled.
Below is the original plan before COVID-19;
Intro: Orientation and detailed course planning
1. Explanation of course outline
3. Assignments for initial sessions
Policy basics 1 : methods and key concepts
RR: Smith, Kevin B. and Larimer, Christopher W. (2009) “Public Policy as a Concept and a Field (or Fields) of Study” in The Public Policy Primer, Westview Press, 1-26.
Policy basics 2: Governance theory
RR: Delmas, Magali A. and Young, Oran A. (2009) Governance for the Environment: New Perspective, Cambridge University Press.
Policy basics 3: Governance theory continued
RR: Goldsmith, Stephen and Eggers, William D. (2004) Governing by Network, Brookings Institution Press.
Policy basics 4: Nudge and Transaction Cost
Policy application 1: Conservation and Sustainable Tourism