This course provides a strategic analysis of the contemporary influences on globalization. Under investigation are the technological, sociocultural, demographic, political, legal, economic, and environmental factors in establishing and fostering worldwide business entities. Through course readings and projects, students will critically evaluate topics such as trending opportunities, emerging markets, barriers to entry, national cultures and social structures, and contingency planning. Students will also debate cases on international financial management, cross-cultural leadership, and various negotiation styles.
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