Gouvernance multi-niveaux

lspri2085  2021-2022  Louvain-la-Neuve

Gouvernance multi-niveaux
5.00 credits
30.0 h
Q2
Teacher(s)
De Winter Lieven (compensates Reuchamps Min); Reuchamps Min;
Language
French
Main themes
Traditionally political decision-making was studied through a linear approach: agenda-setting, legislative process centred on traditional political actors, implementation and evaluation. With the emergence of multi-level governance, the political decision process has gone deep transformations. The objective of this course is to study theoretically and methodological political decision-making through the lenses of multi-level governance.
Learning outcomes

At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :

1 At the end of this course, the students will be able:
  • to locate a decision-making process in multi-level governance
  • to analyse such process theoretically (with the right analytical framework) and methodologically (with the appropriate research design)
  • to undertake such analysis in light of scientific readings and to elaborate it in a written and/or a spoken mode
  • to deepen this analysis collectively both on one's work and on others' works
  • to communicate the results of this analysis in written, oral and visual modes
 
Content
Traditionally political decision-making was studied through a linear approach: agenda-setting, legislative process centred on traditional political actors, implementation and evaluation. With the emergence of multi-level governance, the political decision process has gone deep transformations. The objective of this course is to study theoretically and methodological political decision-making through the lenses of multi-level governance.
Teaching methods
This course combines individual and collective assignments, to be done in classroom and at home as well as individual, collective and peer-reviewed readings, discussions, reflections and productions.
Evaluation methods
In the first session, the course relies on a combination of several methods of learning and assessment: a group research that will lead to an oral presentation, a poster and a written paper in the format of a scientific article, a review of an article/chapter, a written report on the first version of another group's paper, the oral and visual presentation of a poster to a panel of professionals and an individual oral exam.
All the deadlines will be announced in class and the assignments have to be uploaded on Moodle.
In the second session, similar methods of learning and assessment are organised: an individual research that will lead to an oral presentation, a poster and a written paper in the format of a scientific article, a review of an article/chapter, a written report on the first version of another student's paper, the oral and visual presentation of a poster to the professor and an individual oral exam.
Other information
Depending on the evolution of sanitary conditions and consequently of the sanitary code, the teaching and evaluation mode will possibly change, in whole or in part, to remote mode via one or several computer tools provided by the University.  Students enrolled in the course will be informed by e-mail.
Faculty or entity


Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Title of the programme
Sigle
Credits
Prerequisites
Learning outcomes
Master [120] in Public Administration

Master [60] in Political Sciences: General

Master [120] in Political Sciences: General