Course DescriptionWith reference to the Course Outline, 1:Understanding more about the conceptual and theoretical dimensions of comparative public policy.
2:Becoming more open-minded and tolerant to different policies with various outcomes and they are different from the local contexts.
3:Ability to integrate empirical findings with theoretical guidance.
4:Working with student-fellows to have team spirit and group efforts.
5:Presentation skills in the class and communication techniques are used.
6:Coordination efforts between student-fellows to present findings and analyse data.
7:Locate the policy debate within the Asian context, guided by a larger theoretical approach.
8:Ability to think critically.
9:Explore policy alternatives to the existing and pressing social issues and problems.
MPUP5402 Comparative Public Policy