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新加坡国立大学 公共管理

——MASTER IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
时间:12-26作者: 来源:南星教育 Tag:

学校名称:新加坡国立大学

招生类别:研究生

入学时间:每年8月

申请截止时间:前一年的6月30日

留学费用:总学费:39800 奖学金后总学费:36000新币

Core Modules

PP5301 Economic Reasoning and Policy

This course is designed to familiarise students with the strengths and the limitations of economic reasoning in addressing a wide variety of policy issues related to meeting the primary economic challenge of any society. This challenge is the necessity to allocate physical, human, and environmental resources among alternative uses to promote efficiency, equity and human welfare. The course is organised around key economic concepts, including economic and technical efficiency; information and institutional practices and structures; comparative advantage; different types of cost; the role of prices; money and taxes; strategic behavior; time; national income; wealth and resource accounts; technology; market and government failures; externalities; public goods; risk; uncertainty; insurance; and regulation. These concepts will first be explained in an intuitive and non-technical manner. These explanations will then be integrated with economic data, specific contexts, and behavioral and other assumptions to analyse specific policy issues in an interactive manner.

PP5303 Public Management

Starting off with a review of the evolution of thinking about public management from public administration to the manager as leader, the course will focus on how a senior manager in government succeeds. It allows for the examination of both internal and external management responsibilities and skills, and looks at the political responsibilities of managers, from creating a vision and building on an authorising environment to creating coalitions and increasing organisational capacity. The literature of customer orientation and reinventing government will also be explored.

PP5308 Frameworks for Policy Analysis

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the principal elements of public policy analysis and decision-making. The class will be structured as a seminar and will, in the first part of the term, focus on some relevant theoretical models of policy analysis and decision-making. The second part of the term will be directed at substantive policy areas from both a national and comparative perspective. Upon completing the course, students will have a broad perspective of the factors that contribute to the development of public policy; understand the role of interests- both public and particularistic- on state decision-makers; and develop the skills to analyse the rationale for public policies and policy decisions.

PP5309 Public Management Seminar

This is a required module for all MPM students. The seminar series will be held in NUS after the overseas partner university component of the MPM programme. The series provides a forum for students to share their public management insights on a policy issue in their country or organisation. Students have to provide the context of the policy, address the current deficiencies in addressing this issue, and suggest possible measures to resolve it. They should integrate materials that they were exposed to in the MPM programme. The module will be graded "Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory" on the basis of student presentation and participation.

PP5311 Globalisation and Public Policy

The module analyses how globalisation affects and is affected by domestic public policy. The objective of the module is to understand the opportunities that global structures and processes make available to national policymakers as well as the constraints they impose. Topics to be covered include international investment, production, trade, security and global governance. Students will be introduced to both theoretical and empirical materials on the covered topics.

PP5312 Public Financial Management

Knowledge of a public institution's financial operations is crucial to understanding the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. The generation and application of this knowledge is the purview of the field of public financial management. This course examines the key concepts and methods in public financial management. Topics include budget preparation and execution, budget and institutional performance, financial reporting, and the analysis of financial statements and financial condition. Focus is on the development and use of budgets and other financial information in public sector management and decision-making. Best practices in the developing country context are stressed.

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