MANAGING THE RISKS IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course evaluates alternative practices to manage risk in a global environment. Topics include measuring cultural implications, as well as economic, financial, and political risks. Students will utilize models to evaluate instruments of global investment and predict where to invest internationally. Competency A: Assess contemporary economic, financial, and political risks in doing business globally. Competency B: Apply a global mindset, including a cultural lens to risk assessment. Competency C: Determine characteristics of different ethical leadership styles for risk management in the global environment. Competency D: Develop grand strategies to mitigate risk in the global marketplace. Competency E: Identify investment strategies for a global enterprise."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn