Digital, New Technology and Public Policy

Master in Public Policy: Digital, New Technology and Public Policy, semesters 3 and 4

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7 June, 2017

Programme 2017-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Academic Rules and Regulations, (PDF - 179Ko), we remind you that attendance at all classes is compulsory. 

Master in Public Policy: Digital, New Technology and Public Policy, semester 2

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22 December, 2016

Programme 2016-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the

Master in Public Policy: Digital, New Technology and Public Policy, semester 1

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19 June, 2017

Programme 2017-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Academic Rules and Regulations, (PDF - 179Ko), we remind you that attendance at all classes is compulsory. 

Digital, New Technology and Public Policy

General Objective

The Digital, New Technology and Public Affairs Policy Stream prepares the next generation of actors to leverage the nexus of interactions between exponential technologies, public affairs and civil society. The digital revolution is transforming the inner workings of our economies, businesses, democracies, social models and public affairs. The aim of this policy stream is to understand the evolution of economic and human activities that are direct results of digital technology and to explore the regulatory measures to be taken by public policy and civil society.

Policy streams

In addition to the School of Public Affairs' core courses, students are required to choose one policy stream among the following.