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It covers the role and size of the public sector, including the rationale for public sector interventions such as market failure and distributional concerns; key factors determining a nation’s fiscal architecture; public resource mobilization via user charges and taxation, including the economics of taxation, taxation of income (personal and corporate income tax), wealth (property tax), and consumption (sales, excise, and value added taxes), tax incentives, tax compliance, and tax reform; public expenditure policy, public sector efficiency and effectiveness, and the role of the private sector in the production and provision of public goods and services; fiscal balance and deficit financing; and fiscal decentralization and intergovernmental fiscal relations, pension fund, debt management, financial reporting, and finally financial statements.
This course covers “Project Management," the definitions and basic frameworks of projects and project management are integrated based on the common view and relations between integration management and domain management where domain management is the management of specific functions or knowledge area of project management.    " Program Management" explains the definitions and basic frameworks for project and program management.  Program management consists of project integration and the program integration management, aiming for optimization of programs.
This course presents P3 as a be a tool to deliver needed infrastructure services eliminating extreme poverty and boosting prosperity – by enhancing the reach and quality of the delivery of basic infrastructure services.  A strong PPP allocates the tasks, obligations, and risks among the public and private partners in an optimal way. The public partners in a P3 are government entities, including ministries, departments, municipalities, or state-owned enterprises. The private partners can be local or international and may include businesses or investors with technical or financial expertise relevant to the project. Increasingly, P3 may also include nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and/or community-based organizations (CBOs) who represent stakeholders directly affected by the project
This course covers the definition of PPPs and their context within infrastructure and development finance describing the activities required to diagnose and plan for a PPP. It provides an overview of the major types of PPP from management and service contracts to concessions and build–operate–transfer arrangements. This course examines the issues associated with choosing the appropriate PPP structure for a project. It describes key tasks associated with designing and preparing a PPP project that will attract bidders. It covers the implementation of a PPP, the monitoring and evaluation requirements of PPP projects.
This coures presents the importance of organizations. Organizations are all around us and shape our lives in many ways. But what contributions do organizations make? Why are they important? There are many reasons organizations are important to you and to society. organizations bring together resources to accomplish specific goals. We know organizations are there because they touch us every day. Indeed, they are so common that we take them for granted.
This course presents organization theory to give us the tools to analyze and understand how a huge, powerful firm like Lehman Brothers can die and a company like Bank of America can emerge almost overnight as a giant in the industry. It enables us to comprehend how a band like the Rolling Stones, which operates like a highly sophisticated global business organization, can enjoy phenomenal success for nearly half a century, while some musical groups with equal or superior talent don’t survive past a couple of hit songs. Organization theory helps us explain what happened in the past, as well as what may happen in the future, so that we can manage organizations more effectively.
This course covers many topics on organization theory and desigfn such as Strategy, Organization, Desigh, and Effectiveness, Fundementals of Organization Structure, The External Envirounment, Organization Size, Life Cycle, and Decline, Organizational Culture and Ethical Values , Innovation and Change, Decision-Making Process, Conflict, Power, and Politics, and Using IT for Coordination and Control.
This course covers the mathematical study of strategies for optimal decision-making between options involving different risks or expectations of gain or loss depending on the outcome. This course will provide an introduction to models of human decision making. One of the primary purposes of the course is to provide a set of basic tools that will help the student translate uncertainty into numbers. Rational choice under uncertainty is by far the most used theory of decision making, and its applications are widespread in economics, finance, political science, law, managerial decision making, the economics of health care, and artificial intelligence. The course will use examples from each of these fields (and also fun "paradoxes" such as the Monty Hall Puzzle) in providing an introduction to the basic foundations of decision making. We will also look at the shortcomings of the rational choice theory: both from intuitive and empirical perspectives. No mathematical prerequisites are necessary beyond high school algebra and arithmetic.
الإدارة العامة في الاردن
تشرح هذه المادة مفهوم الإدارة العامة ، وتبين التنظيم الإداري للدولة بشكل عام والنظريات الإدارية الحديثة التي تتبعها الدولة  بهدف زيادة جودة الخدمة المقدمة للمواطنين وخفض كلفتها
تهدف المادة إلى إعطاء الطالب الفرصة لفهم نظريات الإدارة العامة الحديثة ، والتي تركز على إحداث نقلة نوعية خلاقة للقطاع العام وذلك من خلال إحداث شراكة حقيقية بين القطاعين العام والخاص ، ومبنية على الشفافية والمساءلة و التركيز على النتائج والمواطن
It covers many topics on the economics of taxation, tax incentives, tax compliance,tax reform; public expenditure policy,   the production and provision of public goods and services; fiscal balance and deficit financing, pension fund, debt management, financial reporting, and finally financial statements. .
This course is an organizational behavior. An analysis of individual, interpersonal, and group behavior within organizations and the influence of human, cultural, technological, structural, and environmental factors. Examined are practices of management, such as designing jobs and organization structures, evaluating and rewarding performance, organizational and employee development, and other management processes. These techniques include high performance organizations, management by objectives, total quality management, and the like; it uses varied approaches to leadership, conflict management, change, and adaptation to the environment.
This course is a management theory, explaining why managers are important to organizations. Telling who managers are and where they work. Knowing how to manage your time. Describe the functions, roles, and skills of managers. Developing  your skill at being politically aware. Describing the factors that are reshaping and redefining the manager’s job. Explaining the value of studying management.
This course focuses on what is public policy? what is involved? Who influences the policies that government makes?  It also presents problems of policy formulation, approval, implementation, and evaluation. The participants will be exposed to such issues as seeing the need for policy issues, thinking through goals and objectives, policy adoption, and problems of implementation.
This course covers the budgetary process: the budget cycle; operating and capital budget; evolution of budget; functions of the budget office; planning, adopting, implementing and controlling the budget. This course provides a better understanding of the budget process and political and policy considerations that affect the budgeting process in public policy settings. the Budget is an important policy tool for influencing the direction of investments, consumption, and growth. Thus, this course plays an important role in understanding of the forces that shape the public budgeting process.
Public Admintration Theory
This course covers many topics realted to PA. By taking a course in Public Administration, students are privy to an in-depth analysis of government policy, which can then be applied to a number of industries and professions. As a result, this coursework implements a sturdy foundation necessary to pursuing many exciting and intellectually challenging opportunities all over the world. This philosophy addresses the dynamic and constantly changing environment of working professionals by helping adult students in reaching their professional and personal goals within the scope of the degree program.