Courses

2021-22 Academic Year

Summer 2021

GOVT 20.02 Government and Capitalism –Bernard Avishai
GOVT 30.15 Identity & Democracy –Yascha Mounk/ David Plunkett

Fall 2021

GOVT 30.03 Political Economy in the Age of Google –Bernard Avishai 
GOVT 68 The Future of Capitalism –Doug Irwin/Russ Muirhead/Charles Wheelan 
GOVT 86.25/ECON 5 Adam Smith and Political Economy –Henry Clark 
PHIL 1.03 Philosophy and Economics—Ian Cruise 
ECON 70 Immersion Experience in Applied Economics:
    01 –Macroeconomic Reform in Argentina and Chile –D Irwin& M Rose

Winter 2022

GOVT 50.16 The Rise and Fall of Great Powers –Jennifer Lind 
ECON 15 Political Economy of China –John Welborn 
GOVT 86.46 Theories of Racial Capitalism—Lucas Pinheiro
GOVT 86.47 The Rise of Capitalism—Lucas Pinheiro

Spring 2022 

ECON 16 Political Economy of Government Regulation –John Welborn 
GOVT 20.03 Morality and Political Economy –Henry Clark 
GOVT 20.10 Markets and their Critics –Henry Clark

    Past Courses

    2020-21 Academic Year

    Summer 2020

    • GOV 20.02:  Capitalism and Government – Bernard Avishai
    • GOV 84.37:  Democracy and Diversity - Yascha Mounk (Johns Hopkins University)

    Fall 2020

    • GOVT 50.16:  The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers – Jennifer Lind 
    • GOVT 86.25/ECON 5:  Adam Smith and Political Economy – Henry Clark

    Winter 2021

    • PHIL 1.03:  Philosophy and Economics TBA
    • ECON 15:  Political Economy of China – TBA

    Spring 2021

    • GOV 20:  Morality and Political Economy – Henry Clark (C)
    • ECON 16:  Political Economy of Regulation – John Welborn (H)
    • HIST 90.10: Liberalism and its History: From World War II to the Present--Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins (C)

    2019-20 Academic Year

    Summer 2019

    • GOV 20.12:  Capitalism and Government – Bernard Avishai
    • GOV 84.37:  Populism and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy - Yascha Mounk

    Fall 2019

    • GOVT 30.03:  Political Economy in the Age of Google - Bernard Avishai
    • GOVT 68:  The Future of Capitalism – Douglas Irwin/ Russell Muirhead/ Charles Wheelan
    • GOVT 81.10:  The Rise of China – Jennifer Lind
    • GOVT 86.25/ECON 5:  Adam Smith and Political Economy – Henry Clark
    • ECON 70: Immersion Experience in Applied Economics; 01 – Macroeconomic Reform in Argentina and Chile – Douglas Irwin & Marjorie Rose

    Winter 2020

    • PHIL 1.03:  Philosophy and Economics - Daniel Putnam
    • ECON 15:  Political Economy of China – John Welborn

    Spring 2020

    • GOV 20:  Morality and Political Economy – Henry Clark
    • ECON 16:  Political Economy of Regulation – John Welborn
    • PHIL 38:  Social and Political Philosophy - Daniel Putnam
    • SOC 49.17:  Religion & Political Economy – Henry Clark

    2018-2019 Academic Year

    Summer 2018

    • GOV 20.02: Foundations of Political Economy – Bernard Avishai

    Fall 2018

    • GOVT 3: American Political System – Jason Sorens
    • GOVT 30: Political Economy in the Age of Google – Bernard Avishai
    • GOVT 50.16: The Rise and Fall of Great Powers  – Jennifer Lind
    • GOVT 65: American Political Thought –Trevor Latimer
    • ECON 70: Immersion Experience in Applied Economics; 01 – Macroeconomic Reform in Argentina and Chile – Douglas Irwin and Marjorie Rose
    • ECON 79: Clash of Economic Ideas – Douglas Irwin
    • PHIL 08:  Introduction to Moral Philosophy – Daniel Putnam
    • SOC 15:  Sociological Classics – Henry Clark

    Winter 2019

    • ECON 17: Technological Progress and the Entrepreneurial Economy – John Scott
    • GOVT 30.7:  American Political Economy – Jason Sorens
    • GOVT 83.02/PBPL 81.09: Politics and Markets – Linda Fowler
    • GOVT 83.24/PBPL 84.04  Inequality and American Democracy – Herschel Nachlis
    • GOVT 85.10: State-Making and State-Breaking – Jason Sorens
    • GOVT 86.32: Tocqueville's Democracy in America – Trevor Latimer
    • PHIL 50.30:  Freedom of Expression – Daniel Putnam

    Spring 2019