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PUBPOL 519

PUBPOL 519.001: Sus Energy Sys

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

Assessment of the current energy systems that encompasses resource extraction, conversion processes and end-uses.  Sustainability is examined by studying global and regional environmental impacts, economics, energy efficiency, consumption patterns

PUBPOL 578

PUBPOL 578.001: Applied Policy Seminar

Elisabeth Gerber
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2018
1:00-2:20 pm EST

Applied Policy Seminar (APS) (now called Strategic Public Policy Consulting or SPPC) is an opportunity for students to conduct a faculty-supervised consulting project for a public, private, or non-profit sector policy organization at the local, st

PUBPOL 636

PUBPOL 636: Program Evaluation

Elisabeth Gerber
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Fall 2007
8:55-8:55 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 756

PUBPOL 756: Local Government, Opportunity for Activism

John Hieftje
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Fall 2006
8:55-8:55 pm EST
What goes on in city government is in many ways more important to our lives than what happens in Washington. This course goes beyond the structure and theory of municipal government to look at how things really happen at the local level.
PUBPOL 766

PUBPOL 766: Issues in U.S. National Security

Melvyn Levitsky
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Fall 2008
8:55-8:55 pm EST
This course concentrates on the foreign policy aspects of U.S. National Security. We will study the Cold War preface to current policy as well as broad issues of substance and process affecting national security policy.
PUBPOL 715

PUBPOL 715: Elements of Public Budgeting

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Fall 2009
8:55-8:55 pm EST
An introduction to budget theory, types of budgets and budget formats. Examines characteristics of federal and state budgets and concludes with a consideration of current stresses on public budgets.
PUBPOL 555

PUBPOL 555: Microeconomics A

Kevin Stange
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Fall 2010
8:55-8:55 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 495.002

PubPol 495.002: Policy Seminar: Immigration Reform

Ann Lin
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Fall 2013
8:55-8:55 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 821

PubPol 821: Advanced Program Evaluation

John DiNardo
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Fall 2013
8:55-8:55 pm EST
Public Policy 821 is intended as a complement (and not a substitute) for Applied Econometrics 675 and similar courses in other schools and departments. Students should have basic proficiency in STATA and be able to learn some commands on their own.
PUBPOL 751-001

PUBPOL 751-001: Chinese Foreign Policy

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Fall 2007
8:55-8:55 pm EST
This part of the course introduces students to continuity and change in China's foreign policy, focusing on the reform era.
PUBPOL 559

PUBPOL 559: Accelerated Microeconomics

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Fall 2006
8:55-8:55 pm EST
This calculus-based course provides a fast-paced overview of the microeconomic models underlying the actions of consumers and households, firms, regulators, and other public institutions.
PUBPOL 575/BE 570

PUBPOL 575/BE 570: Tax Policy and Business

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Fall 2005
8:55-8:55 pm EST
An analysis, from the business and government policy perspectives, of some of the largest government programs that shape the economic environment.