What do we mean by "intersection of business and liberal arts"? (Pt. 1)

Mon, Aug 28

What is "business"? What are the "liberal arts"? Though we're used to using these concepts in everyday life (especially in the context of our roles here at the University of Notre Dame), we don't often stop to reflect on where they came from or what it means to study them in an academic context. In this class session, we'll unpack this course's methodology and make a case for why we think studying business and the liberal arts together just makes sense.

Read This:

Unless otherwise noted, access readings on the course's Perusall page via Canvas.

  1. Kenneth E. Boulding, "Economics as a Moral Science" (1969)
  2. Robert J. Shiller and Virginia M. Shiller, "Economists as Worldly Philosophers" (2010)

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