MPP-542

Public Governance

Pham Duy Nghia
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Monday, 29/06/2015
10:15 - 11:45

Lecture 1. Introduction

- Overall introduction

- Course requirements

Required Readings:

1. Daron Acemoglu, What makes a country rich? MIT (2009)

2. Tony Bovaird & Elke Löffler, Chapter 1.

Wednesday, 01/07/2015
10:15 - 11:45

Lecture 2. Concept Of Public Governance, Formal and Informal Institutions

- Public Governance vs. State Management

- The Cores of Public Governance

Required Readings:

1. Tony Bovaird & Elke Löffler, Chapter 13, 15.

David P. Baron
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Pham Duy Nghia
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Cao Huy Thuan
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Salvatore Schiavo-Campo and Pachampet Sudaram
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Oxfam
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Salvatore Schiavo-Campo and Pachampet Sudaram
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Pham Duy Nghia
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Salvatore Schiavo-Campo and Pachampet Sudaram
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Nguyễn Cửu Việt & Trương Đắc Linh
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Pham Duy Nghia
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Nguyen Si Dung, Pham Duy Nghia
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Evan Osnos
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Francis Fukuyama
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Francis Fukuyama
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Tony Bovaird and Elke Löffler
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Tony Bovaird and Elke Löffler
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Daron Acemoglu
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This is a compulsory course of the MPP which lasts for ½ semester in 18 sessions, including 14 lectures and 4 sessions for presentation and discussion of students’ report assignment. Each lecture consists of two teaching units, each of which is 45 minutes. In addition, students are required to read materials for each lecture, search for a topic of the report assignment and do research under instruction of the teaching team (it is expected to read about 50 pages on average for each lecture).