Global Disorder and Disruptive Technology

The Global Order and Disruptive Technology course is elective/non-compulsory for Master of Public Policy program. This course examines the uncertainty of new normal and the trend of disruptive technology, not only in the global context but also in East Asia and the Asia Pacific, especially from Indonesian perspective. In this course, students will be challenged to discuss whether the global world needs new regional architecture and business model or not in facing the new normal and disruptive technology. After participating all the sessions required by the course, students are expected to be able to involve in the public debate discussing the challenges that related to technological disruptions and sustainable development, environmental issues and climate change, policy coordination in the digital economic era, inclusive economic development, the future of work, the mega-regional trade and development initiatives, as well as regional institutions and architecture.

Course Feature

  • Credits 3
  • duration 16 Weeks
  • class duration 2.5 hours
  • language English
  • Semester 3

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