Full course description
An essential executive education course for any individual seeking to comprehend the drastic changes in the global economic landscape shaped by global power play, the program marks the turning point of globalization, addressing the significant shift as governments, driven by security and competitiveness concerns, reassess and unwind decades of economic integration.
The program begins by unearthing the factors precipitating this change, prominently featuring the escalating strategic competition between the United States and China and the intricate dynamics of economic decoupling. Participants will be introduced to the concepts of weaponized interdependence and the re-emergence of industrial policy. The program empowers its participants with not only an understanding of the ongoing transformation but also with strategic tools to navigate this new world of transformed global interdependence.
- Understand the key concepts of economic decoupling and weaponized interdependence and their implications for global economic relations
- Analyze the evolving role of government in shaping economic development and competitiveness, with a particular focus on the resurgence of industrial policy
- Assess the impact of supply chain interventions on globalization, trade, and inflation, recognizing the shift towards resilience over efficiency in the name of national security
- Develop strategies for navigating and managing government intervention in the global economy amidst the current trend of deglobalization
This in-person certificate-granting programs will combine lectures, group discussions, case studies, capstones, talks from field professionals, and simulations to ensure that leaders, senior professionals and executives from the industry, government, and non-governmental sectors gain applicable and transformative knowledge and professional skills for maximum impact in their fields.
Visit the New Executive Education Programs page for additional information.
This course does not convey academic credit and is not included on a JHU Academic Transcript. This course is intended for personal and professional skills enrichment. Any certificate earned for the successful completion of this course is intended for proof of completion only.
Location, Date and Time
- Format: In-Person
- Location: Hopkins Bloomberg Center, 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington DC
- Date: Monday, May 6, 2024 through Friday, May 10, 2024
- Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Hardware: laptop computer; webcam; microphone and speakers or headset.
Software: current web browser; Canvas; Zoom web conferencing; Microsoft Office or similar; Email; course specific software
After registering you will receive an email confirming your registration. You will be given access to a Canvas course that includes complete course information. You will have access to the Canvas course for the duration of the course.
The refund policy is documented in the subsequent list. Participants may receive an exception to the refund policy for documented extenuating circumstances, such as medical situations or military requirements. Petitions should be submitted to the SAIS Office of Executive Education. Refund requests should be emailed to ExecEdSAIS@jh.edu.*
- Refund 100% prior to course start date.
- Refund 50% prior to halfway point of the course.
- No refund after the halfway point of the course.
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