GPPAG delivers broad-based, inter-disciplinary, research-informed education programs investigating the interaction of globalization and U.S. national security, in support of the United States National Security Strategy, the National Defense Strategy, the National Strategy for Homeland Defense, and the Navy's Maritime Strategy. Learn more...
|GP3100 Global Change & International Governance Course January 2013|
Participants will critically examine and evaluate different “lifeworld" perspectives in the realms of global power structures and shared global risks in order to acquire a purposeful integration for future application in responding to unanticipated and disruptive changes posed by globalization.
Course is taught by Dr. Walter Christman and open to all NPS students.
GPPAG faculty are drawn from across a range of fields, including economics, organizational behavior, international affairs, sociology, political science, and public affairs. Learn more...
|Visit by Rajiv Chandrasekaran|
Tuesday 27 November 2012
Rajiv Chandrasekaran is an assistant managing editor with the Washington Post. He is also the author of Imperial Life in the Emerald City. In 2004, he was the Post's bureau chief in Baghdad. He has also been the Post's Cairo bureau chief and a correspondent for the Post in southeast Asia.
While visiting NPS, he will take some time to speak to the students of GPPAG's SSDCO graduate certificate program. Other activities will include participating in a roundtable discussion with faculty and having lunch with a small group of SSDCO students. Mr. Chandrasekaran will also be the SGL speaker, addressing the NPS student body in King Hall from 1500-1600.Bio (PDF)
The Global Public Policy Academic Group hosts numerous research-informed education events and programs. Learn more...
The Global Public Policy Academic Group pioneers work at the intersection of globalization and security, incorporating new social science research on human behavior, finance, and institutions in conversation with natural science and engineering work on energy, health, and climate change. Learn more...
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- Augier, M. & Knudsen, T. (2012). The architecture and management of knowledge in organizations. In R. Arena, A. Festre, & N. Lazaric (Eds.), The handbook of economics and knowledge. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
|Christman, W. L. (Forthcoming). Framing NATO's Engagement with China: Relationality and Partnership. New York: SUNY Press.|
|Christman, W. L. & Leventhal, M. (Eds.). (Forthcoming). Toward a Global Partnership: How Global Challenges Make Global Solutions. New York: SUNY Press.|