Aug 14, 2020  
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MB 306 - Foundations of Business in the International Environment


Credits: 3
An analyzsis of the political, social, legal, economic, competitive, technological, and cultural environments of international business. Students focus on the challenges facing international enterprises operating in these dynamic and often ambiguous environments. Topics include: competitions in global markets, organizational structure and control, transferability of management theories in a cross-cultural context, fundamentals of trade theory, global institutions and interdependencies, and the ethical, social, and ecological responsibilities of enterprises in a global context. This course covers the following dimensions for studying management and business in context: I, III, V, VI.
Prerequisites:  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,  . Prerequisites may be waived for interdepartmental business majors and international affairs majors/minors by permission of instructor.
J. Kennelly, P. Prasad



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