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This course introduces class participants to the political significance and societal consequences of challenges facing U.S. and international policymakers. It is designed to help participants develop skills to analyze policy proposals and advocate for their preferred options for issues on the public policy agenda ahead. The class assumes basic knowledge about governing institutions and democratic processes, while recommending supplemental materials for further study to complement reading links provided. The course focuses on future policy challenges, while examining the broad historical context in which policies are adopted and implemented. As the course evaluates how issues are advanced by private sector interests, non-governmental organizations, and government policymakers, it examines how groups become effective policy advocates. Particular attention is paid to how winning coalitions are formed and how issue framing shapes the outcome of policy campaigns. The goal is neither to produce partisan talking points, nor to favor one governance philosophy over others. Rather it is to clarify the public policy challenges ahead and to enhance participants’ understanding of how policy options are adopted in the real world arena of contemporary politics....

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Sep 27, 2019

To know the "Public Policy Challenges of the 21st Century" is more essential for the global people in this era. Thanks for the opportunity. I hope it will give a concise idea to learn on it...


Apr 24, 2020

This course does not focus on any partisan interest but rather inspires you to think deeply, challenges you to reason beyond the status quo, and empowers you with the tools to make an impact!

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por gaurav g

Sep 03, 2017

This course was more US centric. Expect more of content w.r.t challenges in other countries

por ekasmayi n

Jul 23, 2020

very well structured and included insights from field experts which was a great highlight

por Mariana C V

Feb 04, 2016

GREAT! great professors and a lot of passion! wich there were more suggested readings!

por Carter G

Aug 12, 2015

Great lectures. I wish there were more in-depth assignments and detailed handouts.

por Remi A P

Oct 03, 2019

Good recommendation for those interested in public policy and civil engagement.

por Nguyen T T

Aug 17, 2015

A wonderful course with very well organized discussions and inspiring talks.

por Tanya K

Aug 07, 2020

It would be better if the presenter was younger, and not so scripted.


Sep 05, 2020

It was great experience to learn from this distance learning program

por Sailesh B

Dec 29, 2015

Excellent Course!

But more content per week would have been better.

por Danielle A

Feb 12, 2018

Very US focused, but basic principles can be applied generally.

por Sungharsh S

Sep 20, 2020

More pin pointed examples would be much better to include.

por Ekin G T

Sep 14, 2015

Speakers were great. But the content was very U.S related.

por santosh k

Jan 15, 2016

Need to include challenge faced by Developing countries

por Md S A

Nov 10, 2017

Very good instructors but the topics need updating

por Patrick L

Feb 19, 2016

A very interesting course with great speakers.

por mahmood B

Sep 14, 2015

Interesting course, exceeded my expectation

por Vipul G

Mar 02, 2018

Could have been more exhaustive.

por Holly C

Jul 20, 2020

Interesting but very US-centric

por Sushant S

May 30, 2020

wonderfull full course

por Karen M B

Nov 16, 2015

Engaging information!

por Ventez D J

Feb 15, 2016

Great discussions!

por Tin Z P

Sep 26, 2020

Thank you for all


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por Sjoerd J K

Dec 21, 2015

Interesting lecture series. The lectures are largely America centered with courses on presidential war powers, the functioning of governors. In this lectures the main focus is rather politics than policy. Although very interesting, the lecture series does not really live up to its title.