Comparative Economics: Global Risks and European ResponsesSummer Course

Summer Study Tour
Athens
Major Discipline(s)
Economics
Location
Location: Stockholm
Available
Session 2
Credit(s)
3

Markets generate wealth – but there are no guarantees of how. On the international stage, the volatility of markets contributes to many of the key global challenges of our time: climate change, widening inequality, unprecedented waves of migration, financial crises, and increasing unemployment in the wake of digitalization, automation, and AI. In this course, we consider how responses to these challenges differ between Europe and the U.S., with a focus on the nature and extent of public interventions in the marketplace.