Financial Crisis & Civic Reaction
Financial crisis are one of the few constants in capitalist economies. Crises rarely if ever remain market phenomena--they are societal crises that change culture, politics, and public perceptions about the world around them. This course examines the causes, development, and consequences of financial and economic crises, as well as how their host societies react to them.
Darden Full-Time Elective:
Q1-Q2, Fall 2023
Financial Crises: Lessons for Democracy & Capitalism
Financial and economic crises are often cited as proof that capitalist and/or democratic societies are destined to fail. This course examines how crisis develop and their impact on liberal institutions.
Darden Part-Time Elective:
Q11/Q12, Summer 2024