- Examines Global Role of Economic Activity
- Explores Corporate Social Responsibility
- Investigates Economic Relations Between Nations
These courses investigate the economic relations between nations and the increasing role of the private sector in government and civil society. They cover emerging economies in the global landscape, international business and finance, global capital markets, public-private partnerships, and international and multilateral financial institutions. They explore the emergence of corporate social responsibility and the influence of social entrepreneurship and impact investment. Faculty members include international bankers, financial advisers, and political risk managers.
This Spring, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
Financial Inclusion at the Base of the Pyramid: Key Actors, Concepts, and Trends at the Intersection of Profit and Purpose
Learn about financial inclusion by dissecting the financial services ecosystem and assessing strategies and approaches used to promote such inclusion.
Gain real-world experience working directly with a New York City-based clean energy company that is aligned with your interests.
Gain a practical, hands-on foundation in basic statistics by leveraging open data sources and free, open-source data analysis tools.
Explore the driving forces behind corporate social responsibility, including how companies incorporate it into their growth strategies.
Gain a robust, cross-disciplinary understanding of the driving forces behind—and emerging tensions among—the factors of globalization.
Trace the trajectory of women entering and occupying prominent roles in the global labor force over the last 50 years and its ongoing challenges.
This course, offered in collaboration with Poten & Partners, provides a robust overview of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) value chain.
Explore China’s emergence as a global economic, financial, political, and military power.
Gain an understanding of the drivers and costs associated with specific risks in the context of energy markets and project finance.