Public Policy Studies Advanced Course
TeachersYAKU, HitoshiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 1 1st semest [Graduate School of Economics(Doctoral and Master's Degree Programs), Division of Regional Economics and Policy]
CategorySpecial Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective 2credit
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Course Description

As local public entities' policy implementation means,there are two methods such as regulations and the budget.
In this series of lectures,with respect to the regulation,we will learn mainly about its creation method.
Since this lesson is a small class lecture,discussion may be conducted between faculty and students.
In this class, you will acquire knowledge, techniques and attitudes about DP 1・2.

Course Objectives

Students can create drafts for public entities' regulations in the form of text.

Grading Policy

Students will be evaluated based on the final examination.
In addition, students may be asked to submit a report.
I will explain the contents after the final examination.

Textbook and Reference

TextbookNot specified.


Local public entities'regulations are also a kind of laws.
By many years of practice,the creation of drafts for laws has been carried out in accordance with certain criteria.
The method to create drafts for local public entities'regulations will be due to such criteria as a general rule.
However,since we will use Japanese anyway,deepening our understanding of Japanese is also important.



1Significance of public policy
At the time of the first lecture,I will instruct the specific preparatory learning range after the second lecture.
2Regulations and budget as policy implementaion means
3Basis of authority to enact local public entities'regulations
4Range of authority to enact local public entities'regulations
5Limit of authority to enact local public entities'regulations
6Relationship between laws and local public entities'regulations
7Basics of the official statement
8Structure of laws
9Mutual relationship of laws
10Legal terminologies,1st
11Legal terminologies,2nd
12Provisions of laws,1st
13Provisions of laws,2nd
14Revision of laws
15Overall summary