What is globalization and how does it work? How can we understand the process as a whole? How are the parts of the world linked? What are the risks of living in a world where “no one is in charge”? This course introduces students to systems thinking, network theory, and risk analysis and uses these tools to better understand the process of globalization. Focusing on trade, finance, and epidemiology, it analyzes potential challenges to the current global order.
Princeton University is a private research university located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It is one of the eight universities of the Ivy League, and one of the nine Colonial Colleges founded before the American Revolution.
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A gret intro to Global Systemic Risk. I got a lot out of the course and would enjoy more on the matter. It also hasspurred me to do more research into the mathematics of systems for my own work.
Very insightful course. As I designer a appreciate the reminder that not "everything is designed", sometimes there is no one in charge.
Exposed me to complexities of interconnected systems if overlooked can have devastating impact on our very existence
Just plain excellence. Thought provoking ideas and a wealth of knowledge that I will repeatedly return to.
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