BUSECN 1508 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This course introduces the broad field of int’l econ, with emphasis on developing framework for effective management in today’s global economoy. Key issues and problems are explored in areas of int’l trade, int’l investment & int’l payments, from perspective of manager of enterprises in operating in a cross-border, int’l environment. The approach will be verbal, graphical and non-technical and will draw from actual data sets and late-breaking news items from such business-oriented publications as Financial Times Economist, Wall Street Journal and New York Times.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Letter Grade
Course Requirements: PLAN: International Business (CPIB-CR1) or Global Management (GLMGT-BSBA)
Course Attributes: Global Studies, Russian & East European Studies, West European Studies
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