YOKOHAMA CITY UNIVERSITY

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CodePUP291
Course NameSupplemental Seminar for "Global Public Policy"
InstructorMannan, Abdul
Credits2
TermTerm2
MajorMajor Subjects
Course goalsThe objectives of the course are built up a view point of global governance where international community should work in partnership to govern society more effectively. The courses will emphasis on sustainable development, regional development, economic growth and UN role in crisis management for the safe world.
Course outlineThe course is intended to cover up the process of public policy and policy formulation, decision making, implementation and evaluation on various global crisis. This course cover a variety of topics including politics, economic cooperation NGO and micro finance, environmental policy and resource management. Global public policy is not world government, but a mixed approach to global management in which states, corporations, NGOs, regional and international organizations, and coalitions cooperate--provides an alternative and promising framework.
Evaluation Scale and PoliciesWritten examination
PrerequisitesTo become a member of global governance.
Texts, materials, and supplies> Corporate Social Responsibility and the Shaping of Global Public Policy by Matthew J. Hirschland. Publisher: MPS, 2006 ISBN 1403974535, 9781403974532
> Catch-Up Industrialization by Akira Suehiro, Translated by Tom Gill. Publisher: Kyoto University press and NUS press, Singapore 2008 ISBN 978-9971-69-383-1
> Global Governance and the UN: An Unfinished Journey, by Thomas G. Weiss, Ramesh Thakur Publisher: Indiana University Press, 2010 ISBN 0253004152, 9780253004154
> The Shadows of Consumption: Consequences for the Global Environment by Peter Dauvergne. Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2008
> Global Governance and the UN: An Unfinished Journey, by Thomas G. Weiss, Ramesh Thakur Publisher: Indiana University Press, 2010 ISBN 0253004152, 9780253004154
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RemarkAppropriate book references will be advised during orientation class.
Course Schedule/Plan1.Orientation: from "Global Politics" to "Global Public Policy"
2.Saving our Planet Workshop (1)
3.Saving our Planet Workshop (2)
4.Best Japan in 2050 Workshop (1)
5.Best Japan in 2050 Workshop (2)
6.Costa Rica that abolished military, Bhutan and Gross National Happiness
7.Cuba and Self-Reliance, Denmark that promotes "Only-one" education
8.Green Welfare State Sweden
9.Exploring Policy Measures Workshop
10.Development from Within: Sarvodaya Movement in Sri Lanka
11.CSR、SRI、Fair Trade, Ecological Tax Reform
12.Realization of Global Tax towards transparent, democratic and accountable global governance
13.NGO Network and Global Civil Society: Stamp out Poverty,ATTAC, World Social Forum
14.Review: Finding what we can
15.Final Examination
 

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