International Business Management
BAM 514 International Business Management
3 Semester Units
International Business Management examines a variety of international business issues. Topics include national economic and cultural differences, international trade policies and institutions, foreign direct investment, global competition, outsourcing and current international business trends and developments. New theories of international trade are explored and the unique challenges organizations face in the global marketplace are discussed.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Examine the key concepts in international trade and investment.
- Assess the societal consequences of market globalization.
- Evaluate the role of culture in international business.
- Analyze the role and rationale of government intervention in international business.
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