Promoting Good Governance

THE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF GAZA

 

Promoting Good Governance

 

 

Lectures: Prof. Dr. Mohamed Awad

 

                        Office: B233

 

                        Phone: 2860700

 

                        Office Hours: ————-

 

                        Email.: mawad@iugaza.edu.ps

Reference:

Internet , Promoting Good Governance,Principles, Practices and Perspectives- Sam Agere- Commonwealth Secretariat, 2000., Designing Performance Appraisals – Sam Agere , Noella Jorm- Commonwealth Secretariat, 2000.

 

Semester : Spring 2013

Course Description : The course deals with the following topics. The concept of good governance is interlinked with institutionalized values such as democracy, observance of human rights, accountability, transparency and greater efficiency and effectiveness of the public sector. This course focuses on key elements of good governance. It discusses the role of public management in promoting productivity and improving performance in the pursuit of efficiency, effectiveness, economic growth, sustainable development and social justice.

 

Course Aims:

Aim at the creation of new and original information in good governance.

Providing

 the principles that governs the democracy.

the ability to determine the transparency.

the ability to improve performance of efficiency.


Course Outlines

1.    Concepts and Issues

2.    Good Governance in the Public Sector Promotion and Management

3.    Accountability and Transparency in the Public Service

4.    Public and Private Sector Partnership Paradigm

5.    The Role of the State in Creating a Conducive Environment

6.    Public and Private Sector Values in Partnership Strengthening

7.    Teaching Training and Management Development for Public Services

 

Grading: Grades will be determined as Follows:

Projects, Research Presentation             30%

Homework , Quizzes,                

and,                 

Midterm,                                               20%

 Final                                                     50%

 

Course Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) :

§  Monitor of democracy.

§  Dealing and using observance of humane rights .

§  Assessment of public sector  behaviour.

Development of research skills and presentation skills

 

Policies: Students are  encouraged to discuss homeworks with their peers.

 

book 1.pdf

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