SemesterSpring Semester, 2020
DepartmentThe International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , First Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , Second Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , Third Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , Fourth Year
Course NameGlobalization and Public Policy
InstructorWU DER-YUAN
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
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週次



Week



課程主題



Topic



課程內容與指定閱讀



Content and Reading Assignment



教學活動與作業



Teaching Activities and Homework



學習投入時間Student workload expectation



課堂講授 In-class Hours



課程前後



Outside- of-class Hours



 


       

 



1



Introduction; Conceptual ground I: Public Policy Process and institutions



*Howlett and Ramesh 2009, ch.3; Lukes 1974; Hill 1997, chs 2,4



Lecture and discussion



3



7



2



Conceptual ground II: Globalization and International Relations



*Scholte 2005, chs 1,2,4; Pease chs. 2,3,4; Reinicke 1998, ch.2



Lecture and discussion



3



7



3



Conceptual ground III: Intl Organizations and Global Governance



*Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 chs 1,2,3,4,15; Held and McGrew 2002 chs 1,3



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



4



Global/Transnational Government Networks



 *Slaughter 2004a; 2004b ch1; Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 chs 29,33



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



 


       

 



5



Transnational Advocacy Networks, Coalitions and Global Social Movements



*Keck and Sikkink 1998 ch.1; O’Brien et al 2000 ch.1; Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 chs 23,35,39



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



6



Globalization and Public Sector Reform



*Kamarck 2000; Lee and Strang 2008; Pal and Ireland 2009



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



9


Mid-term Review      

 



7



Policy Diffusion, Transfer and Networks



*Dolowitz and Marsh 2000; Stone 1999; Stone 2008



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



8



Transnational Policy Learning



*Wu 2005; Wu 2009/10; Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 chs 46,47,49,50



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



10



Corporate and Private Organization Governance



* Gourevitch 2003; Ronit and Schneider 2000; Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 chs 22,25,27,28



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



11



Epistemic Communities, Think Tanks and Intl Policy transfers



*Haas 1992; Stone 2005; Parmar 2002; Weiss and Wilkinson 2014 ch 26



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



12-13



Sub-states, cities in global affairs



* Scholte 2005; Hocking 1993 chs.2-3; Hobbs 1994; Jain 2005, chs.1,3,4,5



Lecture, reading presentations and discussion



3



7



15



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



3



12



16



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



3



12



17



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



3



12



18



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



Student project Presentations I



3



12




The 14th week is University Day: No class


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

TBA


Requirement/Grading

1.     In-class participations: 25%



2.     2 oral presentations and 2 summary/critical reports: 25% (total)(MA students: one each)



3.     Final paper (written paper15-20 pages 40%+outline presentation 10%): 50% (total)


Textbook & Reference

-M. Howlett and M. Ramesh 2003/2009 Studying Public Policy (Oxford UP)



-S. Lukes 1974 Power: A Radical View (Macmillan)



-M. Hill 1997 The Policy Process in the Modern State (Prentice Hall)



-K.S. Pease 2010 International Organizations: Perspectives on Governance in the Twenty-First Century. 4th ed. (New York: Longman)



-T.G. Weiss and R. Wilkinson eds. 2014 International Organization and Global Governance. (Routledge)



-D. Stone, 2005“Knowledge Networks and Global Policy” in D. Stone and S. Maxwell eds. Global Knowledge Networks and International Development (Routledge)



-Jan Aart Scholte 2005 Globalization: A Critical Introduction (Palgrave)



-David Held and A. McGrew eds. 2002 Governing Globalization, chs. 1, 3



-Wolfgang H. Reinicke 1998 Global Public Policy: Governing without Government? (Brookings Institution Press)



- Anne-Marie Slaughter 2004a “Disaggregated Sovereignty: Towards the Public Accountability of Global Government Network,” Government and Opposition 39: 159-190



- Anne-Marie Slaughter 2004b, A New World Order (Princeton UP, 2004), ch.1



- Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink 1998 Activists beyond Borders: Advocacy Networks in International Politics. (Cornell University Press)



- Robert O’Brien et al 2000 Contesting Global Governance (Cambridge UP), ch.1 (e-book)



-Elaine Ciulla Kamarck 2000“Globalization and Public Administration Reform” in Joseph S. Nye Jr. and John D. Donahue eds. Governance in a Globalizing World. (Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press), pp.229-52



-Chang Kil Lee and David Strang, 2008“The International Diffusion of Public Sector Downsizing: Network Emulation and Theory-Driven Learning” in Beth A. Simmons et al eds. The Global Diffusion of Markets and Democracy. (Cambridge University Press), ch.4. (e-book)



-Peter Gourevitch, 2003 “Corporate Governance: Global Markets, National Politics” in Miles Kahler and David Lake eds. Governance in a Global Economy. (Princeton University Press).



-D. Dolowitz and David Marsh 2000, “Learning from Abroad: the Role of Policy Transfer in Contemporary Policy-Making,” Governance, 13: 5-24



-Diane Stone, 1999 “Learning Lessons and Transferring Policy Across Time, Space and Disciplines,” Politics, 19: 51-59.



-Leslie A. Pal, & D. Ireland 2009. “The Public Sector Reform Movement: Mapping the Global Policy Network.” International Journal of Public Administration 32(8), 621-657.



-Diane Stone 2008 “Global Public Policy, Transnational Policy Communities, and Their Networks.” Policy Studies Journal, 36(1), 19-38.



-Der-yuan Wu, 2005 “Canada and the Global Diffusion of `One China’” in Andre Lecours ed. New Institutionalism: Theory and Analysis. (University of Toronto Press)



-Der-yuan Wu, 2009/2010 “Bridging `True North’ and `Forbidden’ Nations: Taiwan Agency in Canada’s China Policy” Canadian International Council (CIC) China Paper, No.9 (or in P. Potter ed. Issues in Canada-China Relations (CIC), ch .4



-Karsten Ronit and Volker Schneider 2000“Global Governance through Private Organizations” Governance 12 (3): 243-66.



-Peter Haas 1992 “Introduction: Epistemic Communities and International Policy Coordination,” International Organization 46: 1 (Winter): 1-35



-I. Parmar, 2002“American Foundations and the Development of International Knowledge Networks” Global Networks 2 (1): 13-30



-Jan Aart Scholte 2005“Globalization and Governance: From Statism to Polycentrism” in Globalization: A Critical Introduction. (Palgrave 2005)



-Brian Hocking, 1993 Localizing foreign policy : non-central governments and multilayered diplomacy (St Martin’s Press)



-Purnendra Jain, 2005 Japan's subnational governments in international affairs (Routledge 2005)



-Heidi H. Hobbs, 1994 City hall goes abroad : the foreign policy of local politics (Sage)


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