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The international business environment, including social, cultural, political, technological, and institutional domains; multinational corporation strategic imperatives and organizational challenges, including financial, marketing, human resources, and other aspects of management.
Students should be able to: • Identify the implications of globalization for countries and firms • Explain how firms respond to changes in their competitive position due to governmental intervention in international trade • Describe how national culture affects firms’ strategy and performance • Explain how exchange-rate volatility affects firms, and identify strategies that firms can use to respond to that volatility • Explain how firms design strategies for entering new markets • Demonstrate improved skills related to negotiation and teamwork, critical thinking and analysis, and writing and communication.
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