Global Context

… one of the core Subjects in Public Management

GlobalContextSubject description

This public management subject, within the Institutions and Context domain, deals with ongoing developments in the international political economy. Courses in this subject address the policy-making implications of internationalization and globalization, including the implications for domestic policymaking of an increasingly global economy and the phenomenon of global public policies and global policy-making.

The core topics and concepts of Global Context are listed below with the concepts in alphabetical order. The core concepts are organized by topic in the Atlas course, Atlas105 Social, Environmental, and Global Context.

Core normed topics (first draft)
The Study of International Relations, Forces, and Institutions

Globalization Trends, Drivers, and Consequences

International Organizations and Agreements
Core concepts (more to come)
Capital Flight

Capital Mobility

Catch-Up Effect

Fragile State

Globalization

Globalization System

Intergovernmental Organization

Intergovernmental Relations

Internationalization

Policy Transfer

Structural Theories of Globalization

Trade Liberalization

Westphalian Sovereignty

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 30 May 2016.

Image: Centre for Entrepreneurial Management and Innovation, at http://www.cemi.com.au/node/534, accessed 30 May 2016.