Decision Making and Strategic Thinking in the Global System

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Term: Fall

Day & Time: Monday 12:00-2:00pm (LEC90101)

Instructor(s): Janice SteinPeter Loewen

Location: Online


This seminar introduces students to scholarship on the psychology of decision making and the analytics of strategic thinking. Drawing from the literature on public policy making, behavioral economics, and strategic analysis, the seminar will develop the analytical tools and the practical leadership skills students need to navigate the intersection among the global economy, global institutions, and global civil society. Students are required to analyze and craft strategies to address global public policy problems in the context of the three sectors.

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Strategy and decision-making in times of crisis

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