MPP-541

Law and Public Policy

Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 06/01/2016 08:51; File size: 283,900 bytes
Week
1
|
2
|
3
|
4
|
5
|
6
|
7
|
8
Date
Time
Activity
Tuesday, 01/12/2015
08:30 - 10:00

Introduction: Law and Public Policy

- Expectation for the course

- Introduction

- Overall challenges of government and law

Case 1: Self-Appointed Professors, State-Appointed Professors.

Thursday, 03/12/2015
08:30 - 10:00

Overall law and Methodologies

- Concepts of law, system of law, source of law

- Social function of law

- Theories to study law

Readings:

* Pham Duy Nghia, pgs 9 - 42

* Milhaupt et al.: Introduction

* Randall Peerenboon, Research Study on Court Administration in China, UNDP-Judicial Reform Steering Committee, 2011 (unpublished document) – pg. 1-35

Additional Readings:

- Pham Duy Nghia, Methodology of legal studies, Chapter 2, Public Sercurity Publishing House, 2014

The National Assembly
Date: 16/02/2016 08:55; File size: 715,999 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:55; File size: 58,669 bytes
World Bank
Date: 16/02/2016 08:54; File size: 58,669 bytes
The National Assembly
Date: 16/02/2016 08:54; File size: 294,601 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:53; File size: 946,568 bytes
The National Assembly
Date: 16/02/2016 08:52; File size: 395,153 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:51; File size: 58,669 bytes
The National Assembly
Date: 16/02/2016 08:50; File size: 1,189,113 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:50; File size: 58,669 bytes
Truong Thien Thu, Ranjith Perera
Date: 16/02/2016 08:49; File size: 546,577 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:48; File size: 58,669 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:45; File size: 58,669 bytes
The National Assembly
Date: 16/02/2016 08:44; File size: 289,510 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:41; File size: 58,669 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:41; File size: 202,968 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:40; File size: 58,669 bytes
Pham Duy Nghia
Date: 16/02/2016 08:40; File size: 58,669 bytes

By completing this course, students will be better able to:

- Discuss the role of the legal system with regard to public policy, especially its contribution to the development of a strong and efficient country,

- Recognize the rules of the legislative procedure and the relationship between public policy and law shown in this procedure,

- Develop the points of view, necessary methods and skills to evaluate the quality of law relating to a concrete area of public policy such as assuring fair property law, freedom of contract, free competition, and setting up a transparent and accessible system to resolve conflicts in a lawful orderly manner.