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External Environment Of Global Business

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This course explores issues and institutions that affect global business outside the direct control of the organization. Topics include country risk assessment; basis for trade and capital flows; exchange rate determination; international, national, and local organizations; regional integration; and conflict resolution of global trade disputes.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Exports, Imports, and Counter Trade

    • Identify the key issues in selecting the appropriate form for international trade transactions.
    • Analyze the options for trade finance and foreign direct investment.
    • Compare and contrast the types of international trade organizations.

    International Economic Integration

    • Describe the influence of regional trading organizations on business opportunities and constraints.
    • Analyze the impact of types of trade barriers on international business transactions.
    • Analyze the potential business opportunities and constraints arising from evolving trading partnerships.

    International Economic Development

    • Describe the key success factors for international development projects.
    • Analyze the key opportunities and constraints arising from international economic development.
    • Describe the key models and sources of international economic development.

    Foreign Exchange Mechanisms

    • Analyze the principal theories in exchange rate determination.
    • Interpret content from major international financial publications and data sources.
    • Compare and contrast the types of foreign exchange instruments.
    • Select the appropriate strategies to manage exchange rate risk.

    The Global Trading System

    • Describe the key theories of international trade.
    • Compare and contrast the major international trade organizations.
    • Compare and contrast barriers to trade.
    • Compare and contrast sources of international trade data.
    • Analyze national and international trade account statistics.

    World Financial Markets

    • Compare and contrast the types of world financial markets.
    • Compare and contrast the major international financial organizations.
    • Compare and contrast sources of financial and exchange rate data.
    • Analyze the impact of foreign exchange rates on international business.
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