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|BADM 712 - National Security &Global Econ|
The issues of terrorism and transnational crime are connected to the overarching rubric of national security policy and decision making. How has U.S. counter terrorism policy and response to terrorism and transnational crime improved or hindered future economic growth in various locations and regions around the globe? How and why does such policy get made? What methodology and security mechanisms is the United States pursuing (or considering) to address these growing problems? What are the trends for business? What should business leaders be doing now and into the future to anticipate and/or mitigate these trends? Using a national security policy analysis tool developed at the Naval War College called the “Input-Output” model, students will be asked to use the model to study a number of emerging national security crises case studies such as those struggling with terrorism and/or transnational crime (or both), failed states, proliferation or even the use of weapons of mass destruction, and even the potential security and economic impact of unabated global warming. At the conclusion of the course, students will understand the processes behind the creation of U.S. national security policy response and how these policies ultimately affect the world economy as a whole.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: MN or MC Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Business Administration Department
Must be enrolled in one of the following Degrees:
Master of Business Admin.
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