International Public Policies (MA) (Sep.-Dec. 2017)

Instructor: Raffaele Marchetti (rmarchetti@luiss.it)

Teaching Assistant: Silvia Menegazzi (smenegazzi@luiss.it)

Office hours: before and after class or by appointment

 

 

N.B.: Attending classes, participating to the debates, studying progressively, and taking the exam on the first session is strongly recommended

 

 

Texts

A) Marchetti, R. (2016) Global Strategic Engagement: States and Non-State Actors in Global Governance. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield)

B) Harman, S., & Williams, D. (Eds.). (2013). Governing the World? Cases in Global Governance. London: Routledge.

C) Hale, T., & Held, D. (Eds.). (2011). Handbook of Transnational Governance. New Institutions and Innovations. Cambridge: Polity.

 

 

Exam track 1 (recommended)

  • final exam (A+B) (70%)
  • debates (30%)

 

  •  A minimum of 70% of class attendance and participation to the debating club is required
  • Students who attended the classes but failed the final exam will have to sit again for the final exam (skipping one call).
  • The details of the debating club will be explained in class.

 

 

Exams track 2

  • final exam (A+B) (70%)
  • additional test (C) (30%)

In order to pass the exam you need to reach a pass in each evaluation.