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Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term): Toward Stakeholder Capitalism

SPI 594L

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This class explores the recent history, current debates, and possible future trajectories of stakeholder capitalism, including the role of public policy in shaping the role of business in society. The course seeks to equip students with an understanding of how business and investment are being used to address social & environmental problems. It provides an understanding of how companies & investors engage with traditional philanthropic, nonprofit and government institutions and equips students with a critical lens on how to differentiate between rhetoric and substance, assess risks & opportunities, in the dialogue around inclusive capitalism.
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Section S01