Socioeconomic and Political Context
… one of the core Subjects in Public Management
This public management subject, within the Institutions and Context domain, examines the different ways in which the processes and frameworks of public policy should be evaluated in light of the social, economic and political contexts in which they are developed. Some of the topics examined within this subject are the relationship between public values and expectations of public policy, and the impact of cultural diversity and demographic change on policy development. These courses may also provide an introduction to social policy and examine different ways social programs are structured in Canada and in other jurisdictions around the world.
Readings and concept comprehension questions associated with this subject can be found at Atlas105 Social, Environmental, and Global Context.
Core normed topics
|The Study of the Socioeconomic Context for Politics and Policy||Gender Inequality|
Additional concepts [Links to Old Atlas]
|Absolute Inequality||Identity Groups||Social Capital|
Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 28 December 2018.
Image: MaleWitch in Greater Good at http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/you_cant_buy_empathy, accessed 10 December 2015.