Inequality and Democracy

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/inequality-and-democracy

Inequality and Democracy in the Global Economy
The past twenty years have seen a wave of popular unrest sweeping across much of the developed world. Millions have protested against corruption, inequality, and the injustices of political system, trade and culture. Millions more have participated in strikes, occupations, and sit-ins. More broadly, the public mood is deeply unsettled. Political and economic systems seem to be failing to respond to the aspirations and concerns of the majority. The popular discontent is palpable and often violent. All too often, people ‘move on’ or ‘talk down’, dismissing dissent as “political correctness’ or a lack of interest.

In this course you will learn how to understand popular unrest and the conditions which give rise to popular unrest. You will learn how to identify the causes and root causes of popular unrest. You will learn the crucial role of different social actors in creating conditions which favour popular unrest. You will be able to develop a better understanding of the issues and the issues which form the basis of popular unrest.

What is popular unrest? What are the conditions which give rise to popular unrest? Why do some grievances get attention, others are often dismissed or downplayed? What can be done to address popular unrest?

This course explores these and other important questions and issues which form the basis of a deeper study of international relations and social movements. The course is fundamentally about the development of critical faculties and the character and future direction of these faculties. The course is about how knowledge, analysis and discussion contribute to the promotion of peace and security in the global community. It is also about the role of different intellectual and cultural institutions in bringing about positive change.Theory of popular unrest
The causes and causes of popular unrest
Popular movements and popular discontent
Popular movements and popular discontent
International Financing for Infrastructure?
This is a course on financial markets and financing for infrastructure projects. The objective of this course is to demystify capital markets and to provide participants with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

This course explains how governments, including national governments, use financial markets to finance infrastructure projects. It also offers participants a deeper understanding of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

The course is designed for participants who want to gain a better insight into the financing options available to the public sector and private sector. The course contains both general and specific topics covered. The topics include debt and equity financing, debt financing, capital funding, asset purchase and lifeline financing. The course is designed to provide the participants with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the financing options available to the public sector and private sector.

The course provides participants with a stronger knowledge base and vocabulary to analyze the financing options available to the public sector and private sector. The

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/inequality-and-democracy