INTBUS 7500 - Fundamentals of International Business (M)

North Terrace Campus - Trimester 3 - 2016

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This course prepares graduate students for operating and managing business in the international and global environment, analysing factors that facilitate integration into an international, regional and global marketplace. The broad content themes include regionalisation, globalisation and the multinational enterprise; theory of trade and investment; conducting business in different political, economic and socio-cultural systems; the impact of economic development and social change; the role of international law and international organisations and institutions; and the challenges of international security. This inter-disciplinary course is taught collaboratively, using case study and country risk analyses. The course thereby provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in comparative analysis, managing risk and identifying opportunities, intercultural competency, as well as a consideration of ethics and human rights in business, both locally and overseas.

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