This module introduces students into the security policy analysis. It aims to comprehend the policy cycle (from design to evaluation including implementation), as well as diagnosing and defining public problems, dealing with stakeholders, emphasizing in concrete politics on security. In the practical part the EU commissioned RESPECT project will be reviewed.
– The policy cycle: design, implementation, evaluation and indicators
– Diagnosing and defining public problems
– Stakeholders: media and civil society
– Impact, effectiveness and legitimacy
– The economics of security technology
– The RESPECT project
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