Agenda and Discussion Week 3

Discussion

Objective:

Be grounded in the political and intellectual controversies and conceptualizations of social policy. 

Readings: 
1. Lori Parham, Jill Quadagno, and Jordon Brown. Race, Politics and social policy in The Handbook of Social Policy, Sage, pp 263-278
2. Robert Heineman et al, The emergence of a field in the World of the Policy Analyst: Rationality, Values, and Politics. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers, 1990 pp 9-34
3. Michael Mandelbaum, The Inadequacy of American Power, Foreign Affairs Volume 81 No. 5 pp 61-73 (Handout)
4. Craig N. Murphy and Douglas R. Nelson, International Political Economy: A Tale of Two Heterodoxies, British Journal of Politics and International Relations Vol.3 No.3 October 2001 pp. 393-412 (Optional Reading)

5. Paul Kantor, The Dependent City Revisited: The Political Economy of Urban Development and Social Policy, The Governmentalization of Inequality (Optional Reading) 

Other Resources (Not required) 

2011 Conference on Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty, Columbia University


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