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POLICY MANAGEMENT (HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT)

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TitlePOLICY MANAGEMENT (HUMAN SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT) [ Syllabus ]



Faculty Michio Umegaki
Term2016 Fall
Level Graduate


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#012016/04/07 Introduction
- HS and D 16-1 [Enrolled Students Only]
Umegaki briefly introduces the purposes and mechanism of the 
course.this course is meant, supplemented by a simple account of what 
“policy management” (sougouseisakugaku) is about. We will also give 
the “must” readings for you to consider throughout the 
semester. 


#022016/04/14 Human Security: A Conceptual Framework 1
- HS and D 16-2 [Enrolled Students Only]
 a) Human Security: Discussion of the beginnings and changing 
conceptions of human security. This will be followed by the 
elaboration on what the key conceptual as well as policy issues 
involved in the “human security” research.
b) Umegaki will survey some of the preceding research on “human 
security.”


#032016/04/21 Human Security: A Conceptual Framework 2
- HS and D 16-3 [Enrolled Students Only]
Human security is more than just a formal pronouncement of freedom 
from threats and from want. There is a subtextual message which can 
be exploited as the means of uncovering the problems with the 
existing array of development, social welfare, public health and 
other policies 


#042016/04/28 Human Security: Political economy of insecurity
- HS and D 16-4 [Enrolled Students Only]
How we are misled by a set of "unexamined" assumptions.


#052016/05/12 Development of what and at what cost -1
- HS and D 16-5
Economic development hinges upon the efficient capital formation and 
investment. This proposition raises a fundamental issue: accumulation 
first, redistribution second? We go over some of the leading 
development economists argument. We allocate the follwing three weeks 
discussing this issue.


#062016/05/19 Development of what and at what cost -2
- HS and D 16-6 [Enrolled Students Only]
Guardians of economic development: how misleading their assumptions 
are.


#072016/05/26 Development of what and at what cost -3
- HS and D 16-7 [Enrolled Students Only]
- HS and D 16-8 [Enrolled Students Only]
Economic development hinges upon the efficient capital formation and 
investment. This proposition raises a fundamental issue: accumulation 
first, redistribution second? We go over some of the leading 
development economists argument.


#082016/06/09 Development of what and at what cost -4
- HS and D 16-9 [Enrolled Students Only]
Distributive dimensions of economic development


#092016/06/16 Developed Economy: a hidden agenda -1
Distributive problems in developed countries


#102016/06/23 Human Security and Development: A Case -1
- HS and D 16-10 [Enrolled Students Only]
ditto.


#112016/06/30 Human Security and Development: A Case -2
- HS and D 16-11 [Enrolled Students Only]
 


#122016/07/07 Human Security and Development: A Case -3
- HS and D 16-12 [Enrolled Students Only]


#132016/07/14 Human security: An exericse in a micro observation -1
- HS and D 16-13 [Enrolled Students Only]


#142016/07/21 Human security: An exericse in a micro observation -2
- HS and D 16-14 [Enrolled Students Only]



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