- 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.
Gain the techniques to improve the effectiveness and accessibility of your technical writing—whether in business, economics, finance, or law.
Examine the history of the fair trade movement, explore systems to facilitate fair trade, and debate the politics of fair trade certification.
Examine how entrepreneurs across the global have overcome obstacles to create change and to transform societies.
Explore the important roles of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in the global economy.
Explore the internal and external drivers of inequality and their impact on a society’s productivity and stability.
Explore the potential impact on global finance and trade of BRICS, and investigate how the China-India relationship is a key to its future.
Explore the international monetary and financial system, including the opportunities and constraints faced by emerging economies in this system.
Discuss global political risk management as an emerging discipline across functional and geographic leadership at large corporations.
Survey the field of international political risk analysis, as well as the skill sets, valuable experience, and career paths within this framework.
Examine the new concept of an emerging global middle class and its impact on economic development policy, private industry, and finance.
Gain an introduction to the basic elements of financial markets, including their organization, common instruments, and participants.