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PAPM 2002 [0.5 credit] Foundations of Public Policy: Economic Thought

Theoretical, philosophical and ethical foundations for the study of public affairs and policy management. Drawing from classic and contemporary texts in economic philosophy and theory, students consider issues relating to the nature of democracy, civic society and social organizations, the public, public affairs, public interest.
Precludes additional credit for PAPM 1000.
Prerequisite(s): PAPM 1001, PSCI 2003, and second-year standing.
Lecture two hours a week, discussion one hour a week.

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