Multinational Enterprises

Many aspects of business decisions are affected by issues of international nature. These international business issues are broadly classified into the following five catergories: country factors, the global monetary system, global trade and investment envrionment, the structure of international operations, and operation-specific issues. In this course some of the important topics from each of these categories and their relationships to multinational enterprises will be discussed. Application of analytical concepts and methods as well as development of communication skills will be emphasized. The course is integrative by design and you are encouraged to apply your knowledge from other areas of business management to international business problems. Class time will consist of both lectures and student group discussions.

Instructor Biography - Masao Nakamura

Course Outline - Class of 2015 (updated October 06, 2014)

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