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Ryan D. Cabinte

Presidio Graduate School

Author: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program
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Publication Year: 2014

Ryan Cabinte is the Associate Dean of the MBA/MPA dual degree program in Sustainable Management at Presidio Graduate School. His academic areas of interest include innovations in corporate form, intersectoral strategy, law and governance as well as novel approaches to moving capital to mission-driven organizations. Dean Cabinte is a graduate of Yale University, Boston University School of Law, and Presidio Graduate School.

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Anat R. Admati

Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

Author: The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program
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Publication Year: 2014

Anat R. Admati is the George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. She has written extensively on information dissemination in financial markets, trading mechanisms, portfolio management, financial contracting, and, most recently, on corporate governance and banking.

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GBUS 8999IB: The National Debt Seminar

Author: Frank, Mary Margaret
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Darden Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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The objective of this course is to engage students from a variety of disciplines (law, business, public policy, health engineering, etc.) in a discussion about the impact of the national debt on their future.

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Abrupt Climate Change, Business and Public Policy

BUA645/ERS602/SPI590

Authors: Mahon, John F.; Hastings, Michael; Mayewski, Paul Andrew
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Maine
Publication Year: 2014

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The course will consist of three major components: (1) an introduction to climate change, with special attention being devoted to abrupt climate change; (2) (a) an identification of those industries most likely to be impacted by abrupt climate change and (b) what, if any, actions have been undertaken by industry to deal with the problem; and (3) an introduction to the public policy development process as it applies (or not) to climate change at the national and state level.

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Sustainable Business

Author: King, Andrew
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Dartmouth College
Publication Year: 2014

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Companies now face challenges and opportunities created by their environmental and social impact. This course will evaluate how firms are responding by changing their own behavior or by influencing the regulatory and competitive context in which they operate.

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Asia Pacific Business and Institutions

Author: Mahmood, Ishtiaq P.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Asia Pacific Executive MBA
Publication Year: 2012

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In this module, we study how winning in fast-growing emerging markets requires companies to tackle institutional voids, including lack of water, health, infrastructure, housing, etc. Institutional voids imply that customers in developing economies have needs which are unique compared with their counterparts in developed countries. Unique needs, coupled with high customer price sensitivity, translate into real challenges for many firms from developed economies. We are seeing the advent of new business models addressing institutional voids by bundling public goods and private goods together. The examples of bundling sewage and policing services along with housing in new Indonesian satellite cities illustrate how firms can make money by providing infrastructures and institutions typically provided by governments. What makes money, however, is not always socially optimal...

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GSM 6121: Politics & Public Policy for Managers

Author: Johnson, Tim
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Willamette University
Publication Year: 2014

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Students will explore common and disparate features that impact management in a global economy and polity, incorporating the perspective of public service values – human dignity, integration, integrity, and excellence. To achieve that plan of inquiry, the course will study how business, government, and not-for-profit enterprises govern themselves, how those enterprises interact with “the government,” and how managers can utilize tools from various management functions in order to address—both successfully and ethically—challenges related to politics and public policy.

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SUS 7025: Market Failure and the Regulatory Environment

Author: Cabinte, Ryan
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Presidio Graduate School
Publication Year: 2014

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Sustainability challenges often reside where markets, civil society, and regulation have all failed to prevent a normatively undesirable result. To see where to intervene, you have to see the system. To find the best solution, you have to see the alternatives. This course is designed to help sustainability managers, whether MBA or MPA, think across sectors, and consider the entire institutional playing field when seeking new sustainability solutions.

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BUSEO 2509: Business and Politics

Author: Mitnick, Barry M.
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: The University of Pittsburgh
Publication Year: 2014

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This course will examine methods and patterns of business influence on government, modern approaches to regulatory design, policy-making on issues affecting business, the performance of regulatory agencies, and the behaviors of groups and trade associations in politics. The course begins with a case study that asks, what caused the current financial crisis that some call “The Great Recession,” and what roles did regulators play in the origin and management of the crisis? The course will examine characteristic patterns of behavior both in government and in regulated firms. Of particular interest are the means by which firms gain strategic, competitive advantage through shaping government decisions and programs.

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Finance and Society

BUS F332; LAW 725

Author: Admati, Anat
Product Type: Syllabi
Source: Stanford University
Publication Year: 2014

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This interdisciplinary course will discuss the role of the financial system within the broader economy and the interactions between the financial system and the rest of society. The course will provide an overview of the financial system, cover the basic economic principles essential for understanding the role of finance in the economy, and discuss of policy issues around financial regulation.

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