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GSBGEN 538: Power in Finance

There is a growing sense that both capitalism and democracy are in crisis. Is the focus on financial metrics and markets to blame for the eroding trust in corporations and governments? How do power dynamics in the private and public sectors shape the financial system and determine economic and political outcomes? In this course we explore the complex interactions among individuals, corporations and governments that help answer these questions. We will draw on visitors with extensive experience to enrich class discussion. Topics include investor power, corporate governance, legal systems, cryptocurrencies, central banks, and the roles of watchdogs, whistleblowers, and the media.
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