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Introduction to Public Management

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This course aims to introduce selected topics of public management research and reform discourse. It is designed to serve students who aspire to work for a public organization or to become informed citizens who can critically assess the functioning of their government organizations. The lectures cover theories and empirical research findings, as well as real-world examples, and the treatment of topics is comparative and international in scope; this approach helps students to look at their own countries from an outside perspective and to see their distinctiveness. It also helps students to see trade-offs involved in different approaches to public management, which can differ substantially at the international level. Discussions are based on cases and questions prepared by the instructor.
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時間割/共通科目コード
コース名
教員
学期
時限
5112265
GPP-MP5P10L3
Introduction to Public Management
青木 尚美
A1 A2
月曜2限
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教室
国際学術総合研究棟 演習室A
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
公共政策学教育部
授業計画
INTRODUCTION 1. What is public management? PART I: MANAGING AND LEADING PEOPLE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 2. What does it take to motivate people in the public sector? 3. Saving the morale of civil servants at the time of crisis 4. Ethics and values: Dilemma of “good” public administrators in a democratic state 5. Promoting diversity in civil service 6. Uncovering leadership in public administration 7. Leading and managing organizational change PART II: GETTING GOVERNANCE RIGHT 8. A market-oriented government – pros & cons 9. Consequences of decentralization 10. Responsiveness to collaboration? 11. Open innovation and design thinking in the public sector – challenges and opportunities 12. Governance that can save lives in times of crisis CONCLUSION 13. Overview of the course and wrap-up
授業の方法
The class format combines lectures and discussions.
成績評価方法
◆ Participation (40%). Note that participation makes up a critical part of the final grade. You will be assessed on your contribution to class discussions. You will be required to read assigned cases or address discussion questions before coming to class, unless otherwise stated. Students will take turns collecting supplementary background information on the countries featured in cases or on discussion topics, and sharing the information in class. ◆ Two Reflection Essays (60%). The course is divided into two parts. Students will be asked to write a reflection essay for each part.
教科書
A reading list can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/*****
参考書
A reading list can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/*****
履修上の注意
Nil.
その他
Nil.