COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Title
Coordinator
Course Code
Credit
Semester
Prerequisite Course
Course Description
Learning Outcome
Sessio
n
1
2
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
Students
understand the
approaches in the
theories of Political
Economy
Students
understand The
theories of Classic in
Political Economy
: Political Economics
: Prof. Didin S. Damanhuri
: EKO 427
: 3 (2-3)
: 7 (Odd)
: EKO 201, EKO 203
: This course is designed to provide knowledge on the concepts and practices of political economy in Indonesia and
several other countries.
: After completing this course, students are expected to be able to understand and explain the concepts and practices of
political economy in Indonesia and several other countries.
Teaching Material
Assessment
Indicator
Learning
Method
 The approach of Explain the
approaches in
Economic
Political Economy
Calculation
 The approach of
Need
 The approach of
Economics
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
 Self-regulating
market
 The theory of Value
and Distribution
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Explain the theories
of Classic in Political
Economy
Assessment
Criteria
Time
Lecturer
Reference
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay and
group paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Sessio
n
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
3
Students
understand the
theories of Marxism
Political Economy
4
Students
understand the
theories of
Neoclassical
Political Economy
5
Students
understand the
theory of Keynesian
Political Economy
Teaching Material
 The theory of
Revolution
 The theory of
Social Democracy
 The theory of
States
 The theory of
Imperialism
 The theory of NeoMarxism
 The Agendas of
Nation
 The
Types
of
Market
Failure:
Monopoly,
 Externalities and
Public Goods
Assessment
Indicator
Learning
Method
Explain the
similarities and or
differences of the
theories of Marxism
Political Economy
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Explain the theories
of Neoclassical
Political Economy
related to market
failure, externalities,
and public goods
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
 Critics on self- Explain the concept
of government
regulating market
 Nation Intervention intervention in the
theory of Keynesian
Political Economy
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Assessment
Criteria
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
Time
Lecturer
Reference
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Sessio
n
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
Teaching Material
6
Students
understand the
theory of Heterodox
Political Economy
 The
theory
Dualism
 The
theory
Equilibrium
Poverty
 The
theory
Asian Values
 The Cycle of
Poverty Theory
7
Students
understand the
theories of
Economy-based
Political Economy
 The
theory
of
Public Choice
 Public
Policy
Analysis
 Institutional Body
Assessment
Indicator
of Explain the
similarities and or
of differences of
in several theories of
Heterodox Political
of Economy
Explain the theories
of public choice,
institutional body,
and public policy
analysis
Learning
Method
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Assessment
Criteria
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Time
Lecturer
Reference
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
MID-TEST/UTS (40%)
8
Students
understand the
theories of Powerbased Political
Economy
 Corporation Power
in Market
 Capital
Owner
Power on Labour
Union
 Conditioned Power
Explain several
theories of Powerbased Political
Economy
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
Sessio
n
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
Teaching Material
Assessment
Indicator
Learning
Method
9
Students
understand the
theory of Nationbased Political
Economy
 The
Utilitarian
Approach
 The
Marxian
Approach
 The
Statist
Approach
 Structural
History/Transform
ation
Explain the
similarities and or
differences of
several approaches
of Nation-based
Political Economy
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
10
Students
understand the
Rent-seeking
Economic Activities
(RSEA)
 The definition of Explain the
definition, impacts,
RSEA
 The impacts of and solution of
RSEA problem
RSEA
 The solution of
RSEA
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
11
Students
understand
Proletarization
problem
 The definition of
Proletarization
 The emergence of
Proletarization
problem
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Explain the
definition and
background of
Proletarization
problem
Assessment
Criteria
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Time
Lecturer
Reference
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Sessio
n
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
Teaching Material
Assessment
Indicator
Learning
Method
 City State Vs
Peripheral State
 Dependency
Problem Solving
Explain the
dependency
problem and its
solution
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Students
understand the
concept of Welfare
State
 Welfare State
problem in
developing
countries
 Welfare State
prospect in
developing
countries
Explain the concept
of welfare state in
developing
countries
Lecture and
discussion, and
group paper
Students
understand the
Politic and
Economic Model of
Japan
Lecture and
 The concept of Explain the politic
and economic model discussion, and
Politics in Japan
group paper
 The concept of of Japan
Economy in Japan
12
Students
understand the
Dependency
Problem
13
14
Assessment
Criteria
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Tutorial
Written test
in the form
of true or
false,
multiple
choices and
essay, essay
and group
paper,
Time
Lecturer
Reference
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Lecture: 1x
(50’x2)
Tutorial: 1x
(50’x3)
Political
Economics
Lecturer Team
JAC & DSD
Sessio
n
Learning Outcome
(Basic
Competency)
Teaching Material
Assessment
Indicator
Learning
Method
Assessment
Criteria
Time
Lecturer
Tutorial
FINAL TEST/UAS (40%)
TUTORIAL including ASSIGNMENT (20%)
LITERATURE REFERENCE
: 1. Caporaso, James A & David P. Levine. The theories of Political economy. Yogyakarta: Pustaka pelajar. 2008.
2. Damanhuri , Didin S. Ekonomi-Politik dan Pembangunan . Bogor: IPB Press. 2010.
LECTURER TEAM
: Prof. Dr. Didin Damanhuri, Dr. M. Findi Alexandi
LEARNING METHOD
: Lecture, Discussion and Group Paper
ASSIGNMENT DESIGN
: Paper assignment is given one time in groups, each group consists of 5-6 students.
(1) Paper is made with topic related to the material and micro problems given for one semester
ASSESSMENT FORMAT
: Exam and Assignment
Mid-test (UTS)
Final Test (UAS)
Tutorial & Assignment (Paper)
: 40 %
: 40 %
: 20 %
Reference
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COURSE SYLLABUS Course Title : Political Economics Coordinator