Business, Policy, and Society
With increasing interdependence between private, public, and non-profit sectors, it is important to understand how they act and interact–in regulation, contracting, and partnerships–and how the public interest may be affected by interactions and blurring boundaries. We will examine the predominant characteristics of the different sectors and will analyze productive versus unsuccessful interactions. This course is a capstone for 3rd-year MPP/MBA students and is available as an elective to MBA and MPP students in their last year of study, or with consent of instructor.
This course is a capstone for students pursuing the joint MPP/MBA, and is available as an elective to MBA and MPP students in their final year of study, or with consent of instructor
Open to graduate students only.