Public Policy Evaluation
Full course description
In modern society, public policy programmes are embedded in a horizontal, multi-agent policy network. In this module, the focus is on the design of public policy programmes.
The course provides an introduction into methods of public policy - or project - management such as the Project Management Cycle proposed by the European Union. Standard Methods for the evaluation of publicly financed projects such as the Logframe Analysis are discussed and applied to existing governmental projects in the area of development economics, labour market regulation or the health sector. Students will learn how to design, manage, and evaluate public policy projects.
Bachelor degree with a major in (Fiscal) Economics or International Business. Knowledge of H. Rosen, Public Finance, 7 th edition, Boston etc. 2005.
An advanced level of English.
- Rossi, P.H., H.E. Freeman and M.W. Lipsey, Evaluation. A systematic approach, seventh edition, SAGE, Thousand Oaks etc, 2005.
- Additional: to be announced.