PUBPOL 513: Public Policy Analysis

Equips students to rigorously assess policy responses to public problems, through defining problems, devising alternative solutions, clarifying stakes in choices, predicting impacts of choices. Skills developed by working on specific policy problems. Assumes familiarity with statistics, microeconomic theory, and institutions and processes of American government. Prerequisite: permission of instructor; recommended: PUBPOL 516 , PUBPOL 517

Current and Past Course Instructors

  • Stephen Kosack

    Associate Professor
    Faculty Council Chair