The Public Policy and Management (PPM) Group is a multidisciplinary group of active researchers and teachers from diverse social science backgrounds. The Group addresses challenges of policy innovation, governance for public service delivery, relationship between government and industry, social policy, and legal and regulatory issues through high quality academic research, teaching and consultancy for policy analysis and programme evaluation. The Group’s faculty are involved in shaping the understanding of key contemporary debates in public management, with specific focus on management of institutions for urban and rural development, business solutions for poverty alleviation, environment and sustainable energy policy, social, education and health policy, international geopolitics, legal and regulatory aspect of business, international trade and intellectual property rights, public-private partnerships for infrastructural and social development, and citizen's engagement and emerging models of shared governance.
The Group’s tailored coursework at the Post-Graduate and Doctoral level allows students to undertake policy analysis and comprehend the nuances of multi-level interaction between government, business and society in the national and international environment. The Group’s doctoral programme aims to develop leaders for tomorrow who can address the increasing complexity of issues of public policy and management by interweaving concepts and tools from various social science disciplines.
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