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Public Policy Foundations I: Legislative, Regulatory and Judicial Dynamics

This course is intended to provide foundational knowledge of the institutional frameworks and mechanics of governance at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels in Canada. It aims to develop both a theoretical and a practical understanding of how public policy operates. Topics include the policy process, public administration, the Constitution, the Westminster parliamentary system, federalism and the courts.

PUBPOL 701

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Spring Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Greg Flynn

Assistant Professor

Philippe-André Rodriguez

Deputy Director of the Center for International Digital Policy at Global Affairs Canada