DBA 7800 Global Management Models

Business today are more globalized and interconnected than ever; at the same time, managing business in today’s globalized environment is more complex than ever. A global manager must carefully take into account difference in culture, work ethic, law, education and other factors in order to develop successful global business strategies. This course introduces students to theoretical and practical constructs used to frame fundamental issues associated with global commerce (ex: theories of international trade; foreign exchange rate movement; structures and strategies of international businesses; the role of the state in the multinational environment; etc.). Further, the course reviews empirical research associated with the application of discussed theories, while keeping the pulse on the evolving activities from corporations and organizations conducting international businesses, in order to demonstrate the practical application of such theoretical frameworks.




LDR 7000