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PUBPOL 555

PUBPOL 555: Microeconomics A

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Fall 2007
6:47-6:47 pm EST
This course begins a two-term sequence designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic implications of public policies and with analytic tools useful in system design and policy planning.
PUBPOL 636

PUBPOL 636: Program Evaluation

Elisabeth Gerber
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Fall 2008
6:47-6:47 pm EST
The central issues addressed by this course are whether and how one ought to try to establish the extent to which public programs are achieving their goals. Are the goals being attained? If not, why not?
PUBPOL 751-001

PUBPOL 751-001: Chinese Foreign Policy

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Fall 2009
6:47-6:47 pm EST
This part of the course introduces students to continuity and change in China's foreign policy, focusing on the reform era.
PUBPOL 555

PUBPOL 555: Microeconomics A

Kevin Stange
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Fall 2011
6:47-6:47 pm EST
This course begins a two-term sequence designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic implications of public policies and with analytic tools useful in system design and policy planning.
PubPol 656

PubPol 656: Technology and Development Policy

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Fall 2011
6:47-6:47 pm EST
Looking at international development, as well as domestic urban and rural development, this course examines the role of technology in development and the implications for public policy.
PubPol 441

PubPol 441: Social Inequality and Public Policy

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Fall 2006
6:47-6:47 pm EST
This course introduces students to sociological approaches to studying social inequality and public policy in the United States. Major course topics include inequalities related to neighborhoods, family, and employment.
PUBPOL 555

PUBPOL 555: Microeconomics A

Kevin Stange
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Fall 2012
6:47-6:47 pm EST
This course begins a two-term sequence designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic implications of public policies and with analytic tools useful in system design and policy planning.
PubPol 495.003

PubPol 495.003: Policy Seminar:

Susan Waltz
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Fall 2012
6:47-6:47 pm EST
Policy seminars are open only to undergraduates enrolled in the Ford School. These small, interdisciplinary courses will focus on particular public policy issues as reflected in the title of the course.
PUBPOL 475

PUBPOL 475.009: Topics: Running, Serving, and Leading

Wednesday
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Fall 2015
4:00-7:00 pm EST

This course will give students a practical understanding of what it takes to run for office, serve as an officeholder, and what leadership amongst leaders means. It takes leadership to change, impact, create and implement policy.

PUBPOL 750.008

PUBPOL 750.008: Comparative Law and Public Policy

Valenta Kabo
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2015
1:00-2:30 pm EST

Because law is one of the means through which policies are enacted, understanding the different structures of legal systems is a necessary for understanding policy promulgation in different country-contexts.

PUBPOL 529

PUBPOL 529.001: Statistics

Jonathan Hanson
Tuesday, Thursday
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Fall 2016
2:30-4:00 pm EST

This course covers descriptive statistics, probability theory, probability distributions (normal, binomial, Poisson, exponential), sampling distributions, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.

PUBPOL 479

PUBPOL 479.001: Evaluating Public Policies

Paula Lantz
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2017
1:00-2:30 pm EST

This 3-credit course will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of evaluation research design and methods as applied to public policies and programs.

PUBPOL 541

PUBPOL 541: International Trade Policy

Alan Deardorff
Tuesday, Thursday
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Fall 2020
8:30-9:50 am EST

This course deals with the economics of international trade policy, most obviously tariffs on imports but also a variety of non-tariff barriers and other policies that impact international trade.  The topic has increased in importance under Presid

PUBPOL 750.008

PUBPOL 750.008: Topics: FinTech Entrepreneurship

Adrienne Harris
Wednesday
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Fall 2020
4:00-5:20 pm EST

Total global fintech investment increased from $50.8 billion in 2017 to a full $111.8 billion in 2018, according to KPMG?s The Pulse of Fintech, and there are no signs that growth in this sector will slow down.