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Economic Choices: the role of the state

Session 3 of my course ‘Economic Choices in Public Policy’ on the Sciences Po MPA is probably the most crucial to understand what economic choices are all about. So I think it is wise to share the reading list for those … Continue reading

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Refreshed course: Economic Choices in Public Policy

I will be teaching this year over the Spring on the Sciences Po (IEP, Paris) Masters of Public Affairs programme. My course is a fully refreshed version of the course I taught on their inaugural programme in 2005/6. The aims … Continue reading

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Teaching 2010/11

University of Sheffield POL3018 Advanced Political Analysis Four lectures in the series covering: Research topic selection Research design Evidence / data Findings and presentation Also teaching two seminar groups

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Teaching 2005/6

MPA at Sciences-Po Paris (Institut d’Etudes Politiques): Comparative Economic Choices in Public Policy A new course developed to examine the differing economic choices that are made when deciding between market solutions and state led solutions in such fields as pension … Continue reading

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Teaching 2004/5

LSE course GV263: Public policy analysis (Undergraduate class teaching) This is a very satisfying course looking into the policy process in more depth than undergraduates often get the chance to do. It covers not only the policy process, but evaluation, regulation and … Continue reading

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Teaching 2003/4

LSE course GV227: The politics of economic policy (Undergraduate class teacher) LSE course GV225: Public choice and politics (Undergraduate class teacher) In my view one of the most difficult things an undergraduate, or indeed any political scientist, can do is to take rational choice … Continue reading

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Teaching 2002/3

LSE course GV351: Government, politics and public policy in the EU (Undergraduate class teacher) LSE course GV225: Public choice and politics (Undergraduate class teacher)  

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