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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND CHINA
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: China - Beijing Normal University - 'Beijing Normal Univ.'
UC Course SubjectBusiness Administration
Number & Suffix: 100
Full UC Title: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND CHINA 
Transcript Title: INTL BUSINESS&CHINA 
UC QTR Units - Division: 4.5 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course is an introduction to international economics with an emphasis on the contemporary issues of China. The basic content of the course includes (1) the main theories in international trade, their empirical relevance, and their role for Chinese economy. It links these conceptual tools provided by international economics to the actual strategic and operational decisions of exporters and multinational enterprises; (2) the effects of the social systems within countries on the conduct of international business; (3) the major theories explaining international business transactions and the institutions influencing those activities; (4) the financial exchange systems and institutions that measure and facilitate international transactions; (5) the dynamic interface between countries and companies attempting to conduct foreign business activities; (6) corporate strategy alternatives for global operations; and (7) international activities that fall largely within functional disciplines. Text: Charles W. HILL, Chow-How WEE, and Krishna UDAYASANKAR. International Business: An Asian Perspective. Assessment: Attendance and homework, 20%; Presentation, 20%; Final exam, 60%. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND CHINA 
Partner University Department: Economics and Management 
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