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GSBGEN 538: Power in Finance

There is a growing sense that both capitalism and democracy are in crisis. Is the ¿financialization¿ of the economy to blame for undermining trust in corporations and governments? This interdisciplinary course explores these issues by focusing on power structures in the private and public sectors. You will gain an in-depth understanding of the interactions between individuals, corporations, and governments and the ways some stakeholders are seeking to change the status quo. Topics will range from corporate governance and accountability mechanisms, to financial institutions and the role of watchdogs, the justice system and the media, and visitors with relevant experiences will enrich each class discussion.
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