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)

Past Courses

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