STRT-571 Business and Government
Spring for 2006-2007
The purpose of the course is to teach students the following skills: to analyze normative arguments about what government and corporate policies ought to be; to analyze positive arguments regarding claims made about the effects of government policies on business; to understand government policy-making; and to learn to forecast changes in government policy. Students have the opportunity to develop knowledge of: political institutions; effects of differing government policies on national industrial organization; and effects of business on government in the US and abroad. They are able to reflect on the appropriate role of corporations in the democratic political process, and on how civic obligations should affect students in their roles as managers. Prerequisite: All preceding required first-year MBA courses.
Prerequisites: MBA 1st Years Only
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