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Comentários e feedback de alunos de Global Systemic Risk da instituição Universidade de Princeton

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Sobre o curso

What is globalization and how does it work? How can we understand the process as a whole? How are the parts of the world linked? What are the risks of living in a world where “no one is in charge”? This course introduces students to systems thinking, network theory, and risk analysis and uses these tools to better understand the process of globalization. Focusing on trade, finance, and epidemiology, it analyzes potential challenges to the current global order. The course will be of interest to those studying global affairs, system dynamics, and world governance. It offers a set of heuristics that students can use to analyze contemporary global challenges. Linking the recording of Abbey Road to the COVID-19 pandemic provides new insights into the apparently chaotic world around us. Complex systems form the backbone of our increasingly interconnected and interdependent society. What were once more localized economies, supply chains, and social-ecological systems are now rapidly globalizing, and interacting with one another across countless spatial and temporal scales as technologies expand at ever greater velocities. These tightly coupled systems deliver greater efficiency and prosperity, but at the cost of greater fragility and the threat of catastrophic failure. This “global systemic risk” has implications in all functional domains affecting our daily lives—from the global financial system to healthcare, to critical infrastructure networks. Organized with 7-10 minute classes grouped together into longer modules, the course will have a linear “core” curriculum presented at the introductory level, with the potential for optional offshoots that give learners a more in-depth look into certain areas with more technical content....

Melhores avaliações


3 de nov de 2021

A gret intro to Global Systemic Risk. I got a lot out of the course and would enjoy more on the matter. It also hasspurred me to do more research into the mathematics of systems for my own work.


13 de fev de 2022

Our tutor made a complex field accessible, interesting and pleasant to engage with. I particulalry enjoyed the wealth of visuals, simplification of language and the interviews with specialists.

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por Aedrian A

11 de out de 2021

This audit-only/no-certificate course could never be more timely than right now, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. The comprehensibility of the material is improved substantially by a living, immersive example: the current global situation hitting all of us, in one way or another, in the face. At a certain point, we could no longer rely on reductionism – addressing a problem piece-by-piece and in a siloed manner – to satisfactorily address our collective woes, and this course allowed me to appreciate why this has been solidly the case perhaps even before I was born. The balance of efficiency and fragility, on one side, and redundancy and resilience/robustness, on the other, in terms of their pros and cons is long due for a reckoning. This offering should serve as a comprehensive introduction to systems thinking, complexity science, risk analysis, and the background-foreground forces and implications of globalization for those who have no advanced degrees or work experience in these disciplines. Furthermore, the end-of-module interviews each gave me at least one eye-opening thought, and I sometimes even wished that some discussions were longer. We must try our best to keep up, in theory and in practice, with the increasing intentional and inadvertent complexity of which modern life is dependent on.

por Michael C

26 de jan de 2023

Thank you, Miguel. This is an excellent course. I found it informative and well-taught. It was great to listen to so many experts in their fields talk about how globalization and systems affect our lives. It gave me a better understanding of what makes the world go around ( and sometimes not go around).

por Jurijs K

15 de out de 2021

Very insightful course. As I designer a appreciate the reminder that not "everything is designed", sometimes there is no one in charge.

por Florence T

16 de out de 2021

Clear presentation. Comprehensive content. Thank you, Professor Miguel Centeno

por Ricardo A V

4 de out de 2021

top notch introductory class

por Khalid K

5 de out de 2021


por Joshua A

20 de out de 2021

excellent justice to the study of the concept of systemic risk...........

por Ken J

1 de dez de 2021

This course provides a fascinating overview of global systems, their interactions and how the failure of one system can ripple through other systems. Dr. Centeno does a great job of presenting the material in a way that both the "casual" learner or "hard-core" learner are left with powerful ideas to consider. The reference reading is top-notch. Some items are easier to gain access than others. If you have in interest in Networks, Epidemiology or Supply Chains then this class is a great way to expand your thinking. I would love to see a follow-on class with a deeper dive into the network modeling associated with this.

por Malgorzata M

26 de nov de 2021

This is a really excellent course for everybody who wants to deepen his/her knowledge on global systemic risk. Professor Miguel Centeno is a fantastic teacher, explaining even the most difficult notions and concepts in a straightforward way (I highly value it as English is not my mother tongue). The course also covers an interesting mix of interviews with experts in a wide range of disciplines, what proves that risk prevention, mitigation and management in our globalized societies is the topic truly embedded in interconnectedness.

por Louis H

16 de fev de 2022

I enjoyed the course, I learned a lot, among others that globalization is an important but also dangerous devellopment in nowadays world. We can not escape it, we can not turn back the system Globalization, but we can help to manage it. Thank you very much....and by the way a very good professor. (it is not the 1st course that I folow him)

por Laura J G D

7 de dez de 2021

Fue una gran experiencia tener a Miguel Centeno como profesor, así como las entrevistas que dieron mayor amplitud y profundidad al conocimiento adquirido. Me congratulo por haber participado en el curso y agradezco enormemente el esfuerzo que realiza la comunidad de Coursera para hacernos llegar estos cursos.

por İlter D

16 de nov de 2021

Great informative course that shows the complexity of the global system that we are all in. Explaining and showing things in a very understandable way. The interviews are also very good, you may learn different perspectives from the academics from different disciplines.

por DragonBarView S T

12 de nov de 2021

Professor Centeno is a born teacher. This timely, engaging, and thought-provoking course is accessible to all and supported by interviews with a variety of specialists - It will certainly lead me to continue to follow the work that Princeton is doing in this field.

por Sujata R C

29 de dez de 2022

superb, excellent. learnt a lot of new concepts. interviews were very enriching. hugely insightful. thank you Miguel for making me rich in knowledge ....5 starts arent enough....all the stars and galaxies to you and your team for effort and excellence

por Umakant P

24 de nov de 2021

Very insightful overview of global risk. The conversations with specialists/experts are fascinating. The course covers a wide range of topics related to global catastrophic and systemic risk. highly recommended for beginners with an interest in risk.

por Celine C

27 de abr de 2022

Professor Miguel Centeno is very knowledgable in the field of global systemic risk. The course is well-strucutred and data driven. There are plenty of data/research/graphs to support the argument. Learnt a lot from this course. Thank you!

por Goh J Y

18 de set de 2022

Great introduction to key concepts and frameworks of systems-thinking. Can be used to guide further efforts in understanding the nature of risk and how we can better understand it and mitigate it in an increasingly globalised world.

por Azmi K

16 de ago de 2022

Very well designed course on globalisation and the systemic risks it has brought up. Also interviews with acclaimed experts contributes a lot to the course. Kudos to Dr. Centeno and to all who were involved.

por Randy G

21 de abr de 2022

My second course wth Professor Centeno.

Another excellent course of meaningful content and thought provoking ideas/information.

I commend Prof Centeno for his choice of interviewees. They were (are) ezxcellent.

por Patrick L

1 de out de 2022

This is a very interesting course with a lot of great interviews and lots of food for thought, much of it fairly scary. It is very introductory, though - I would have liked to have gotten more in depth.

por Nicholas L

4 de nov de 2021

A gret intro to Global Systemic Risk. I got a lot out of the course and would enjoy more on the matter. It also hasspurred me to do more research into the mathematics of systems for my own work.

por David S

14 de fev de 2022

Our tutor made a complex field accessible, interesting and pleasant to engage with. I particulalry enjoyed the wealth of visuals, simplification of language and the interviews with specialists.

por Bettina

15 de jan de 2023

appreciated a lot the comprehensive introduction, deep dives and insights from the interviews and waste range of additional readings to build a deeper understanding on the topic.

por Alexander K

28 de jul de 2022

Excellent course taught by an inspiring lecturer, Miguel Centeno, his guest interviews were also very interesting.

I look forward to learning more from Miguel Centeno!

por TimothyJames K

15 de dez de 2021

very interesting course, it has stirred my interest in the topics covered and i think I'll do some more research / study of the area and related stuff