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Course 2011-2012 a.y.

30193 - MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL AND SUPRANATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS


CLEAM - CLEF - CLEACC - BESS-CLES - BIEMF

Course taught in English


Go to class group/s: 31

CLEAM (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/07) - CLEF (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/07) - CLEACC (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/07) - BESS-CLES (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/07) - BIEMF (6 credits - II sem. - OP  |  SECS-P/07)
Course Director:
NICOLA BELLE'

Classes: 31 (II sem.)
Instructors:
Class 31: NICOLA BELLE'


Course Objectives

The student learns:

  • The basics of the theory of international regimes (globalization and the limits of the nation-state) and regional integration (supranational organizations)
  • The organizational models and policy network analysis for the management of international and supranational organizations
  • The institutional setting, the policy-making processes and the public management of the European Union
  • The institutional setting, the policy-making processes and the public management of the United nations

Course Content Summary

Main topics

  • The changing environment of international organizations. Globalization and governance. A comparative framework of similarities and differences among international organizations.
  • Models of decision-making and negotiation in multi-level governance; managing interdependence at the international level; partnerships and regimes; coordination in international policy management.
  • The United Nations system: institutions, agencies, programmes and funds.
  • The United Nations: management systems. The management of projects of cooperation to development.
  • The EU: supranational or intergovernmental? The institutions and policy processes of the European Union.
  • Reform of the European Commission and European governance. Innovation and reform in the public management of European Union institutions.
  • Policy transfer in public management at the national and international levels.

Detailed Description of Assessment Methods

Attending students
The exam is split into two written parts, during the term. Partial exams feature both compulsory and optional questions. The final mark is the average of the two parts.

Attending students have the opportunity to complete group projects. The evaluation of the project enables students to add points to the mark achieved in the written examination. The points earned through the group project are taken into account also during the other exams (that are oral) in the year. Participation in the projects is optional. Students must complete the exam by February 2013 to have the marks for the project included in the final mark.

Non attending students

Oral exam

Textbooks
  • Management of International and Supranational Organisations, Course Collection, Egea (all readings are compulsory for the exam)

Prerequisites
NONE
Last change 11/05/2011 11:12