MGMT 626 International Business Management
Analysis of the nature and scope of international business in the global market economy. Topics covered include international business environments, the framework for international transactions, global strategies, and cross-cultural concerns in management.
WHO NEEDS THIS COURSE?
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At least 4-5 hours per week day for approximately 2 months
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
- Understand the influence of globalization on businesses and the economy.
- Be aware of the differences that different players bring to the economy i.e. national, cultural, political, and societal differences
- Be fluent with the theories of international trade and how it affects the economy as well as the businesses that operates in it
- Understand the global monetary system and the role that financial institutions play in the international arena: mainly IMF, World Bank, WTO, EuroBank, and Federal Reserve Bank.
- Diagnose and implement appropriate strategies for international business given the current international environment
- Understand principles of financial management in the International Business
- Be aware of ethical issues that arises due to the organization entering the international arena
TOPICS TO COVER
Political Economy & Ethics
Economic Development of Nations
International Trade Theory
Political Economy of Trade
Foreign Direct Investment
Regional Economic Integration
International Financial Markets
International Monetary Systems
International Business Management
Analyzing International Opportunities
Selecting and Managing Entry Modes
Developing Marketing Products
Managing Institutional Opportunities
Hiring and Managing Employees
Natasha T. Sinaga-Nangoy is a student currently pursuing the degree of PhD in Business Management at AIIAS. Her areas of research interest is in knowledge management and issues related to employee retention and work-life balance.