20508 - GOVERNMENT AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: TRENDS AND CAREERS
Department of Social and Political Sciences
Course taught in English
(3 credits - I sem. - OB | SECS-P/07)
This course aims at exploring recent trends and dynamics of the public sector and International institutions, specifically those that impact over their increasing need for highly skilled workers. Recent evolutions in the paradigms defining the role and nature of public and international organizations have determined a change in competence and skills required to become a protagonist - as manager, economist or policy expert - in both sectors. In this respect, the programme tackles the contents of the competence portfolio that students need to develop according to the expected working role they desire.
Intended Learning Outcomes
Course Content Summary
- Evolutions in the paradigms on role and nature of public and International institutions.
- New working roles, and those emerging or declining.
- The competence portfolio and the skills required to act as protagonist in the new landscape of public and international institutions.
- Scenario analysis of the public sector and international institutions environment, in order to improve the understanding of the impacts over their specific labour market.
Detailed Description of Assessment Methods
- Valutazione in stile reflective practitioner.
- Dispense a cura del docente
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