Identify the foundations for taking effective strategic decisions and action in the multi-layered world of international business
Apply frameworks for identifying and taking advantage of the opportunities presented in a dynamic global environment at the level of the country and the industry where the enterprise wants to internationalize.
Make firm-level strategic choices regarding where to engage in international activities, evaluating the challenges of integrating the multiple perspectives, functions, and interests that constitute the global firm.
Develop an international market entry plan
Discuss the major sources of cultural differences and change and how these affect international businesses
Identify and describe the key legal and political issues facing international companies
Identify and critically discuss systems of trade and international trade theories
Globalization and IB
Strategies for IB
Country selection and evaluation
Ethics in International Trade
Modes of trading internationally - Entry mode
Management of international businesses (operations, marketing, finance, and HR)
Government and Legal Systems
Economic systems and market methods
Trade & Factor mobility theory
Class Lecture and a group-learning methodology, which requires cooperation among students and individual commitment.
100% lavoro di gruppo
Non attending students:
60% written mid-term exam
40% written final exam
If the module is to be delivered online, changes to content, delivery and assessment will be made.