Case Study (Project Based Learning on the Medical and Environmental Innovation and the Role of Public Policy)
Hiroshi SUZUKI / Koji ISOZUMI / Hideaki SHIROYAMA
Credits / Language / Semester
2Credits / English / Winter
This class is the PBL (project base learning exercise) for public policy. Students hear the perspectives and concerns of stakeholders in the fields of medical and environmental innovation and are asked to work collaboratively as a group for the problem definition concerning public policies.
medical policy, environmental policy, innovation, PBL, problem definition
1st day: Lectures by stakeholders including business leaders and policy makers of energy/ environmental innovation and medical venture, IT and law.
2nd day: Lectures by stakeholders including business leaders and policy makers of energy/ environmental innovation and medical venture, IT and law. Collaborative work by groups continue afterwards.
3rd day: Interim report by groups.
4th day: Final presentation and comments by practitioners.
Lecutures, discussion and group works.
Former politicians, bureaucrats in the ministries and businessmen will also participate in the class as experts with practitioner background.
Final Report 50%