Community Planning Advanced Course
TeachersHAYASHIDA. TomoyukiStaffInfo
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

We will discuss how the NPOs and NGOs take root and play what roles in Japan and overseas from the viewpoint of both theory and exercises. We will decide on themes and literature on nonprofit organizations such as NPOs and NGOs according to the intent of the students and will read and discuss them.If the arrangement can be made, two lectures and workshops on practical cases of NPOs and NGOs will be held by inviting external lecturers. In this course, you will acquire knowledge and attitudes on the policy (degree of diploma policy) DP1 and DP2, especially for the Division of Regional Economics and Policy.

Course Objectives

By deepening your understanding of the activities of NPOs and NGOs in the regional societies from both the theory and practical perspective, you can acquire the ability to progress ourselves on solving the problems of the regional societies in the present age.

Grading Policy

It will be evaluated by 50% of the usual points and 50% of the issues such as the report.

Textbook and Reference

KindTitleAuthorPublisher
TextbookThe textbook will be decided after consultation with students.
References

Requirements(Assignments)

Every time, work on assigned assignments and summarize the results in presentation materials and participate in class. After class, please make a summary of the contents of the question-and-answer in the presentation by word and notebook (3 hours).

Note

In the first class, you will be asked questions about interests and interests concerning NPOs and NGOs. Therefore, please collect information on NPOs and NGOs and clarify your interests and interests and come to the class. As a general rule, this course prohibits students from using mobile phones and PCs during class. When using cellular phone/PC is necessary, you will be instructed it as appropriate. No personal conversations are permitted in the class. Depending on its progress, the contents of the lesson may change.

Schedule

1Introduction, themes and documents determined according to student's intention
2The process of establishing NPO and its task
3Basic theory of NPO and NGO - Market failure, government failure -
4Participation and collaboration centering on NPO
5NPO corporate system and tax system
6Presentation and discussion on partnership between non-profit organization and government (1) - transition process -
7Presentation and discussion on partnership between non-profit organization and government (2) - Institution -
8Presentation and discussion on partnership between non-profit organization and government (3) - Advanced case -
9Presentation and discussion on public service reform and NPO (1) - transition process -
10Presentation and discussion on public service reform and NPO (2) - Institution -
11Presentation and discussion on public service reform and NPO (3) - Advanced case -
12Presentation and discussion on the roles of non-profit organization in regional society (1) - Transition process -
13Presentation and discussion on the roles of non-profit organization in regional society (2) - Institution -
14Presentation and discussion on the roles of non-profit organization in regional society (3) - Advanced case -
15Summary, report generation