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PUBPOL 541: International Trade Policy

Fall 2005
10:18-10:18 pm EST
This course examines the policy issues of international trade, including trade in both goods and services and also international flows of direct investment and migration.
PubPol 830

PubPol 830: Immersion in Research

Alan Deardorff
Fall 2014
10:18-10:18 pm EST
This course is designed to immerse students in a major research project of their own design. By the end of the two-semester course, students will be required to produce a polished paper, which can later be incorporated into their thesis.

PUBPOL 515.001: Non-Market Strategy

Fall 2015
6:30-9:30 pm EST

Shaping the Rules of the Game --- Most business courses teach you how to play the game of business within the rules. This course is about the rules themselves, their creation and their enforcement.


PUBPOL 513: Calculus

Carl Simon
Tuesday, Thursday
Fall 2019
10:00-11:20 am EST

PP 513 (Calculus for Public Policy) is a course designed to give students the basic mathematical skills they will need to be comfortable with the quantitative public policy issues they will face in their careers.


PUBPOL 692: Thinking About Crime

David Thacher
Fall 2007
10:18-10:18 pm EST
As Chief of the New York City Police Department, William Bratton was fond of saying that the crime rate has the same meaning for a police department as profits have for a business--that the crime rate is the bottom line of policing.

PUBPOL 567: STATA for Public Policy

Alton Worthington
Monday, Wednesday
Fall 2019
1:00-2:20 pm EST

This course is an introduction to programming and working in STATA, a core statistical program in the social sciences. In a variety of fields, STATA remains the baseline program for analysis, data management, and visualization.


PUBPOL 500/SNRE 575: Thinking Analytically for Policy and Decision

Fall 2007
10:18-10:18 pm EST
The course will develop the skills of using analytic methods and models to understand real decisions and policy issues, drawn from the realms of natural resource management, public policy, business strategy, politics, negotiations, and conflict.