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MANA 6311 (3-3-0) International Management
A comprehensive introduction to and survey of the principles of international business management will be covered. Topics include East-West trade, the international monetary system, and growth and trends in international trade and investment. The course examines strategic aspects of managing a global or multinational business firm: organization, staffing, labor relations, relations with host governments, financial management, cultural problems, legal and political considerations, and competitive market forces. Fall, Online.
Prerequisite: MANA 51.521 or undergraduate equivalent.