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BUSINESS AND SOCIETY IN MODERN CHINA FROM AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: China - Peking University, Beijing - 'Peking Univ.', 'Peking University with Internship'
UC Course SubjectBusiness Administration
Number & Suffix: 141
Full UC Title: BUSINESS AND SOCIETY IN MODERN CHINA FROM AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE 
Transcript Title: BUS & SOCIETY CHINA 
UC QTR Units - Division: 3.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course introduces the economic development of China in recent 60 years, particularly the economic reforms in recent 30 years, with a focus on Chinese institutions. The course first introduces new institutional theory which discusses the relationship between institutional environments and individual business activities. It then reviews major features of business activities in Chinese community by introducing some distinctive business models. Under the institutional framework, the discussion focuses on analyzing what the essential features of the political and social contexts for businesses in Chinese community are, and, how these contextual features have shaped the operation and competitiveness of Chinese businesses in general. Assessment: participation (20%), presentation (30%), course reports (50%). 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: BUSINESS AND SOCIETY IN MODERN CHINA: AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE 
Partner University Department: Economics 
Partner University Course Number: 02535300