PSC444 Culture, Business and Political Economics in East Asia (Fall, Spring)

Examines the historical and contemporary forces that shape the cultural, social and economic institutions in East Asia and how each of these institutions affect one another. The contrast between the region’s ancient culture and its innovative entrepreneurship and updated technology is explored in lectures and special briefings. Experts from business, government, and universities address some of the critical questions that surround Hong Kong’s return to Chinese control. Cross-listed with HST/INB/IRP 444.

Department: Political Science

Location: Hong Kong

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3