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PSCI 536 Corporate Political Strategy

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  • Fall 2016
    David Primo
    Fall 2016 — M 12:30 - 15:00

    This multidisciplinary Ph.D. course will study the role of corporations in the political process. Topics will include integrated strategy, political risk, the returns to political activity, and corporate social responsibility. Readings will be drawn from the management, economics, accounting, finance, and political science literatures. In this course, students will develop a deeper understanding of the interplay between business and government, consider the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach for studying this subject, and explore future directions for research.

  • Spring 2014
    David Primo
    Spring 2014 — M 12:30 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    Description: This multidisciplinary Ph.D. course will study the role of corporations in the political process. Topics will include integrated strategy, political risk, the returns to political activity, and corporate social responsibility. Readings will be drawn from the management, economics, finance, and political science literatures. In this course, students will develop a deeper understanding of the interplay between business and government, consider the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach for studying this subject, and explore future directions for research.