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Comparative Public Policy

STVC83 – Comparative Public Policy (7.5 credits). Bachelor course in Political Science. Autumn term.

Course content 

The course aims to introduce students to the main theories and research agendas in comparative public policy with the goal of enabling them to apply these theories to their own research. To that end, it provides students with relevant conceptual and theoretical knowledge related to mainstream research agendas and engages them in exercises to analyze how these allow for the creation of new knowledge around questions related to comparative public policy.

Literature (pdf, new window)
Syllabus (pdf, new window)