Stanford University offers courses in policy and innovation at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels.
Courses in Policy and Innovation
- The future of the energy industry is deeply intertwined with politics and the formation of policy. What happens beyond the market shapes the rules of the game for market competition. In this class we'll take a deeper dive into the market and beyond-market strategies in the energy industry. This course includes case studies in the future of electric vehicle charging, net metering, and more.
|POLECON 230||Strategy Beyond Markets: Building Competitive Advantage Through Government Relations and Public Affairs||Stanford GSB|
|POLECON 231||Strategy Beyond Markets: Challenges and Opportunities in Developing Economies||Stanford GSB|
|GSBGEN 575||Leadership and Crisis Management||Stanford GSB|
|LAW 1027||Securities Regulation: Raising Capital in U.S. Markets, from Start-up through IPO and Beyond||SLS|
|Patent Law and Strategy for Innovators and Entrepreneurs||SOE|
|ME 265||Technology Licensing and Commercialization||SOE|