Spring 2016 - 60205 - PA387K - Advanced Topics in Public Policy
Corporate Political Strategy
A study of how the political and regulatory environment enables and constrains business activity and how individual firms and groups of firms can ethically, yet effectively, lobby legislatures, negotiate with regulators, create industry associations, make campaign contributions, and engage in other political activity to gain competitive advantage.
Offered on the letter-grade basis only.
This class is cross-listed with BGS 382. BGS is the home department.