DBA 807 Business, Government and Society
Examines the complex interface between the public and private sectors within contemporary American society as well as in a comparative context, both historical and global. A review of the extensive scholarly literature in the field includes widely varying visions of the “public interest” with regard to business. At the same time, real-world case studies provide students with a practical understanding of and techniques for managing business-government relations at the local, state, federal and multinational level. Students will learn advanced problem-defining, analytical and communication skills in dealing with “messy” problems faced by businesses involving government regulation, politics, ethics and corporate social responsibility.
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