gbm380 | undergraduate
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Social Factors in Global Business
- Compare and contrast legal systems.
- Recognize ethical and social responsibilities of global organizations.
- Define culture.
- Examine the elements of national cultures.
- Compare and contrast political systems.
Geographical Environments of Global Business
- Recognize the importance of climate in global business.
- Describe the impact of topography on business activities.
- Evaluate various infrastructures present within a country.
- Assess the availability and use of natural resources.
Contemporary Global Business Environment
- Identify challenges and opportunities associated with globalization.
- Define globalization.
- Differentiate among domestic, international, multi-national, regional, and global business organizations.
- Analyze trends in globalization.
Global Trade and Investment
- Examine international trade theories.
- Compare and contrast the roles of regional and international institutions.
- Identify components of the global financial system.
Global Business Strategy
- Identify components of the global strategic planning process.
- Compare and contrast modes of entry.
- Examine global functional strategies.
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