Middlebury

INTD 0220

Management and Enterprise

Management, Enterprise, and Business
What does it mean to lead or manage a business, non-profit or any other enterprise, and how does one go about doing it? Drawing on different management theories, this course will explore games and "tactics" deployed by organizations. We will leverage basic industrial organization frameworks from economics (eg. hold-outs, switch costs, network effects, economies of scope, etc) to decipher organizational behavior. In addition, we will review case studies of organizations facing serious management challenges and explore how those challenges could be addressed (INTD0120 or by waiver).
Subject:
Interdepartmental
Department:
Interdepartmental
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Fall 2021

INTD0220A-F21 Lecture (Biswas)

Fall 2020

INTD0220A-F20 Lecture (Nguyen)

Fall 2019

INTD0220A-F19 Lecture (Biswas)
INTD0220Z-F19 Discussion (Biswas)

Fall 2018

INTD0220A-F18 Lecture (Biswas)
INTD0220Z-F18 Discussion (Biswas)

Fall 2016

INTD0220A-F16 Lecture (Biswas)

Fall 2015

INTD0220A-F15 Lecture (Biswas)

Fall 2014

INTD0220A-F14 Lecture (Colander, Biswas)