This globally-focused course is designed to develop and deepen students' understanding of basic economic concepts and how they support or impede efforts related to sustainability. Examination centers on principles that underpin the current global economic environment, including microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts of scarcity, market activities, international trade and exchange rates, and metrics including GDP, unemployment rates, inflation, and interest rates. Students undertake a critical, multi-stakeholder analysis of the impact modern economic dynamics have on organizations seeking to operate in ways that simultaneously support financial, environmental, and social sustainability.
Required Course Pack:
- Online Materials and Library Resources (OMLR)
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Last updated 4/7/20