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IPS 235: From Innovation to Implementation: How Government Can Develop and Apply New Ideas (PUBLPOL 235)

What are the barriers to reform and innovative thinking in government? What are the factors that need to be taken into account when implementing change? What are the bureaucratic structures and power relationships that policy-makers must understand and navigate in order to embed reform? The aim of this seminar is to give students a detailed understanding of how political change happens and an understanding of why it often doesn¿t. Using cases studies from successful and unsuccessful reform programs around the world, this course will expose students to innovations in key public sector issue areas including education, healthcare, well-being, and government transparency and accountability; provides a sense of what's it's like actually trying to make change happen in a government context, and will equip students with the skills and understanding to be able to make change happen in a government setting.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-5 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
Instructors: Hilton, S. (PI)
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