Policy institutions and processes

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Informations clés

Economics Analysis and Public Policy
Crédits ECTS
Automne - Fall
Master - Grade
Prérequis / Prerequisites
Bachelor's degree or Equivalent; Level B2 of the the CECRL in English
- Introductory course to institutional economics
Contenu du cours / Course content
Introduction: links and inter-influences between institutions and policies,
- Governmental structures that legislate, adjudicate and execute laws,
- The judiciary that interprets and applies laws,
- Executive institutions that enforce laws,
- Private companies and multinational corporations,
- Lobbying groups,
- Trade associations (including labor unions);
- Nongovernmental organizations; and
- International institutions (e.g., World Bank, IMF, WTO, etc.), all of which can have a strong influence on the nature of the policy process as well as on eventual policy outcomes.

Objectifs du cours / Course objectives
This course explores the various institutions in a country that shape, formulate, implement and enforce policy as well as the manner in which these institutions make or influence policy. The course will examine the concepts and mechanisms of policy governance through specific case studies

Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique
Faculté de Gouvernance, Sciences Economiques et Sociales

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Ben Guérir, 43150
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