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Old and New Institutionalism(s) [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003
Stefano Bartolini, Adrienne Heritier
Second Semester, 2001-2002
This reading seminar is devoted to the institutionalist literature in the social sciences. The theme of institutions and the institutionalist approach is as old as social thinking is. The goal of the seminar is to critically review this recent literature development and also to evaluate how much in it is genuinely new in terms of substantive evidence and methodological approach.
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Economics of Antitrust and Regulation [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 24-01-2004
Steve Hackett
Spring 1998
Цели курса:

- показать применение методов современной экономической теории к анализу рыночных структур и функционированию рынков;
- изучить основы антитрестовского законодательства и практику его применения к отдельным фирмам и отраслям в разное время;
- изучить основы теории антимонопольного регулирования;
- проанализировать практику регулирования и дерегулирования отдельных отраслей.

Курс рассчитан на студентов последних лет обучения.

Основным учебным пособием, на котором базируется курс, является W. Kip Viscusi, John M. Vernon и Joseph E. Harrington Economics of Regulation and Antitrust

Программа включает содержание курса, темы лекций, списки основной и дополнительной литературы.

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Sociology of Economic Development [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 19-12-2009
Gary G. Hamilton

The 19th and early 20th century founders of social science were deeply involved in analyzing the social, political, and economic changes that they observed in their own societies. The major theoretical perspectives about transformative changes date from this formative period. Despite the continuing currency of these early perspectives, the focused study of development dates from the post World War II era. From this period, we have gone through two and have entered a third "climate of opinion." Each climate of opinion contains a "circle of discourse" that connects what is perceived to be happening in the world to how theorists analyze social, political, and economic changes. The task of the course is to recognize the sociology of global and historical theorizing as an essential component of trying to understand the world in which we live.

We will examine both a changing world and changing views of the world in each of the three periods. In the first period immediately following World War II, a period in which the cold war developed, a number of sociologists and economists began systematically to investigate Third World societies--societies outside the capitalist and communists worlds. These observers argued for a theory of inevitable endogenous change toward capitalist development and political democracy; this theory became known as modernization theory.

In the 1960s, with the outbreak of the Vietnam war and of many mass movements, social theorists turned towards Marxian analysis and historical, comparative perspectives in order to decipher the changing world as then perceived. In this period, development theorists began passionately to argue for critical, trans-societal views of global change. This line of theorizing encompasses both world systems theory and theories of dependent development.

In the last decades, first with the rapprochement of the communist and capitalist worlds and then with the collapse of communism as a state system and Marxism as a viable political ideology, the sociology of development has begun to take another decisive shift. Recently, theorists are trying to combine views of global market processes with more institutional and organizational views of local and regional societies.

This first half of the course emphasizes the formative period in which the major paradigms of analysis were first formulated and the first two post-war circles of discourse. Then, in the second half of the course, we concentrate on the current circle of discourse.

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The Sociology of Development and Global Capitalism [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 19-12-2009
Gary G. Hamilton
This graduate-level course covers an area that is conventionally known as the sociology of development. This course, however, differs from a traditional course in development in that I am attempting here to synthesize a number of different literatures into an integrated perspective that focuses on local economies in an age of global capitalism. I describe these literatures below. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the founders of social science were deeply involved in analyzing the social, political, and economic changes that they observed in their own societies. Most theoretical perspectives about transformative changes, which include economic growth and transformation, date from this formative period. These perspectives include neo-classical economics; two strains of Marxian analysis, one emphasizing political economy of nation states and the other emphasizing global dimensions of capitalism; a Durkheimian interpretation that economic action rests on social norms; and a Weberian view of the historical development and diffusion of Western capitalism. Despite the continuing currency of these early perspectives, the sociology of development, as a defined area of study, dates only from the post World War II era. Starting from this period, we have gone through two and have entered a third "climate of opinion." Each climate of opinion contains a "circle of discourse" that connects what is perceived to be happening in the world to how theorists representing different perspectives analyze social, political, and economic changes. The task of the course is to recognize the sociology of theorizing the global economy, even as we try to engage in the theoretical effort ourselves. Using a comparative, historical perspective to examine both a changing world and changing views of the world, we will outline theoretical developments in the first two periods, and then examine in depth those in the current period. In the first period immediately following World War II, a period in which the cold war developed, a number of sociologists and economists began systematically to investigate Third World societies--societies outside the capitalist and communist worlds. These observers mainly argued for a theory of inevitable endogenous change toward capitalist development and political democracy; this theory became known as modernization theory. In the 1960s, with the outbreak of the Vietnam War and of many mass movements, social theorists turned towards Marxian analysis and historical, comparative sociology in order to decipher the changing world as then perceived. In this period, development theorists began passionately to argue for critical, trans-societal views of global change. This line of theorizing encompasses both world systems theory and theories of dependent development. Although overlapping at first and engaged in a mutual deliberative discourse, these two sets of theories were then in tension with each other and have since diverged. In the last two decades, first with the rapprochement of the communist and capitalist worlds and then with the collapse of communism as a state system and of Marxism as a viable political ideology, the sociology of development is in process of changing in decisive ways. No clear consensus about the best ways to conceptualize economic change has emerged. In fact, quite to the contrary, there now exist several theoretical perspectives on global and local development that do not seem to be “talking to each other.” With this course, I hope to begin a conversation among competing multidisciplinary perspectives of the current state of global capitalism and local development and the relation between the two.
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Econometrics [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 06-08-2003
Bruce E. Hansen
Lectures written for a first-year Ph.D. course in econometrics.
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Опубликовано на портале: 17-10-2003
Jennifer Harris
2003
How should a market research project be set up? Are there other ways to collect data than through questionnaires? How should the data be analysed and presented? When and why should market research be conducted? These are questions that will be discussed in this course. Marketing Research aims to present an overview of the field of market research. The emphasis will be upon research for marketing managers and as such will pay particular attention to the role of research in management decision making. The course looks at each stage of the research process – from problem definition, to research design, to design implementation, to data analysis, to reporting of results. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods are discussed.
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Market Analysis [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 15-10-2003
Jennifer Harris
2001
Market Analysis aims to provide the student with an insight into the analysis of marketing data. The course links the analytic material learned in Marketing Research with practical issues in marketing management. A range of techniques is reviewed (from descriptive statistics to predictive modeling) and new techniques are learned (perceptual mapping, factor analysis, cluster analysis) as they apply to marketing phenomena.
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Marketing Decision Analysis [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-10-2003
Jennifer Harris
2003
This course focuses on concepts, methods and applications of decision making using pc-based models to address marketing issues such as segmentation, targeting, positioning, new product design and forecasting. Unlike conventional marketing courses that focus on conceptual material, this course will attempt to provide skills that will allow you to translate conceptual understanding into specific operational plans – a skill in increasing demand in organisations today. Using market simulations and related exercises tied to pc-based software, students will develop marketing plans in various decision contexts. The course is designed for students with a solid background in quantitative methods and some exposure to basic marketing concepts.
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International Trade [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 03-02-2004
Ann Elizabeth Harrison
Fall, 2002
Курс Анны Харрисон читается в Университете Калифорнии, Беркли на 2 курсе. В нем изучаются микроэкономические основы теории международной торговли. Курс рассчитан на 58 часов, за которые слушатели знакомятся с рикардианской теорией, моделью Хекшера-Олина, базовой моделью торговли, инструментами регулирования внешней торговли, теорией торговли на основе моделей несовершенной конкуренции, формами интеграции стран, изучают влияние различных факторов на международную торговлю, в частности, экономического роста и уровня развития страны. К курсу прилагаются программные вопросы, а также списки основной и дополнительной литературы.
Курс активно использует микроэкономический инструментарий, поэтому знание микроэкономики на первом уровне необходимо. Базовым учебником курса является шестое издание известной книги Krugman P. and Obstfeld M. International Economics, 6th edition, 2002.
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Strategic Management [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-12-2002
Nile W. Hatch
2001
The purpose of this course is for you to develop skills in understanding how firms gain and sustain competitive advantage, analyzing strategic business situations and formulating strategy, and implementing strategy and organizing the firm for strategic success.
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Strategic Management Cource [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-01-2003
Nile W. Hatch
2001
The purpose of this course is for you to develop skills in understanding how firms gain and sustain competitive advantage, analyzing strategic business situations and formulating strategy, and implementing strategy and organizing the firm for strategic success. To accomplish this purpose, this course introduces and employs various analytical frameworks which help us identify the sources of competitive advantage from both an industry and firm perspective. We will focus on strategic decisions and the processes by which general managers position their business and allocate resources in the face of both uncertainty and competition.
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History of Economic Thought [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Gary Hawke
Программа охватывает развитие экономической мысли от физиократов до современности. К сожалению, не все темы рассмотрены равномерно. Автор делает акцент на современном анализе тех или иных исторических концепций и на проведении, где это возможно, параллелей между экономическими проблемами прошлого и настоящего.
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Social Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 17-01-2003
Anthony F. Heath
This paper examines the central debates about stratification and social mobility in contemporary society. Students are introduced to the central concepts and theories, the key technical issues in the analysis of stratification and the major empirical research.
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International Trade [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 08-02-2004
Elhanan Helpman
Spring, 2003
Курс Элханана Хелпмана "Международная торговля" в Гарвардском университете читается во втором семестре на первом курсе магистратуры. В данном курсе более подробно обсуждаются вопросы международной торговой политики на основе знаний, полученных в бакалавриате в базовом курсе "Международная торговля и инвестиции". Курс предполагает изучение пяти основных тем:
1. Изучение торговых потоков;
2. Конкуренция и торговая политика;
3. Рыночная власть;
4. Политэкономия протекционизма;
5. Дискуссии о свободной торговле.

Базовым учебником курса является книга Элханана Хелпмана и Пола Кругмана - Trade Policy and Market Structure, Cambridge and MIT, 1989.
Курс Хелпмана представляет собой типичный образец добротно скроенного магистерского курса, изучение которого потребует от студента много времени и умственных усилий, но позволит ему выйти на самый высокий уровень понимания проблем, стоящих перед современной наукой в области международной торговли. Программа включает содержание курса, темы лекций, списки основной и дополнительной литературы.
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Technology Strategy [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-01-2003
Rebecca Henderson
1999
This course provides a strategy framework for managing high-technology businesses. The emphasis throughout is on the development and application of conceptual models which clarify the interactions between competition, patterns of technological and market change, and the structure and development of internal firm capabilities.
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