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Number:MG250
Name:Principles of International Business
Description:This course exposes students to the economic, political, cultural, social, and legal context of international business management. Students will also be introduced to major theory and theorists, the relationship between international trade and economic growth, and the strategic objectives of multinational corporations.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):

Course Objectives

Following completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Examine international business strategy using theoretical and resource-based approaches 2. Explain how economic growth and comparative advantage play a role in the development of trade opportunities 3. Assess international business issues using a cultural frame of reference 4. Analyze bi-lateral and multilateral trade agreements and proposals 5. Explain the role of national and international regulatory institutions 6. Assess trade and investment risk at an introductory level across financial, economic, and geo-political spectrums

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher Instructor New Used Rental eBook
F 2016 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 9780133-06-3004 WILD 7TH 14 PEARSON Libby $0 $95 $0
F 2016 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (W/MYMGMTLAB ACCESS) (P) 9780133973020 WILD 8TH PH Libby $213 $0 $0 $0
F 2015 (none) Pare $0 $0 $0
F 2015 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS-TEXT 9780078112775 HILL 10TH 15 MCG Pare $287 $0 $0
F 2014 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 9780132555753 WILD 6TH 12 Libby $0 $100 $0
V 2014 (none) Libby $0 $0 $0
F 2013 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 9780132555753 WILD 6TH 12 Ball $0 $0 $0