International Business Principles (MKT 3400)

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "International Business Principles (MKT 3400)"

Transcription

1 International Business Principles (MKT 3400) Professor Lilac Nachum Marketing/International Business Department Tel Office VC Office hours: Saturdays pm in my office or by appointment. To schedule an appointment please contact me by . Meeting outside class: I encourage you to get in touch so that I can help you get the most out of this course and reach your highest possible achievements. All out of class communication should be made via . I will be happy to speak with you over the phone or in person but please schedule a time slot via . Course Description The world environment of business enterprise; foreign trade and investment problems, patterns, and opportunities; the performance of business functions in an international context; and basic terminology of international business. Course Objectives Managers of all companies, regardless of the geographic scope of their own activities, are exposed to the impact of developments in the global environment, on which they usually have no control. Companies operating internationally are directly affected by such developments, which shape the multiple and varied environments in which they operate. Examples include rapidly changing economic and institutional environments, monetary and fiscal government policies, currency fluctuations, trade agreements, stock market booms and busts, activities of international organizations and NGOs, and social and labor unrest. These phenomena often confront firms with formidable challenges, but at the same time, also create business opportunities. This course is designed to deepen your understanding of the consequences of global macroeconomic, political and social developments for firms. It seeks to equip you with means to make informed managerial choices in response to the challenges and opportunities they represent, and enable you introduce sustainable and profitable strategies. The course will enhance your understanding of the ways by which such global phenomena explain dramatic events in individual countries and in the international economy, and will enable you to better evaluate their associated risks and opportunities. Firms that possess an understanding of these developments, and have the tools and means to analyze their strategic consequences, will enjoy a competitive advantage. Cases and real life experiences of multinational companies, drawn from a wide set of geographic regions and industrial backgrounds, will be used to illustrate the strategic importance of explicitly incorporating the macroeconomic environment in the strategy formulation of

2 multinational firms. We will also incorporate in our discussions contemporary developments taking place at the intersection of the macroeconomic environment and international strategy. By the end of the course, you can expect to: - Understand the macro environment within which international business activity takes place and gain means to analyse the strategic and managerial consequences of changes in this environment. - Understand the impact of government policies on the economic and financial environments confronting firms operating internationally and their impact on the range of strategic alternatives available for firms. - Deepen your understanding of the relationships between firms and foreign governments, and the drivers of government policies towards foreign firms. - Gain an understanding of the dynamics of the major modes of cross-border flows, namely capital (portfolio investment), goods (trade), and companies (FDI), and the managerial challenges and opportunities associated with them. Course Material Textbook: Daniels et al., International Business: Environment & Operations. 15 th edition, The entire course required readings and cases are from this textbook. I strongly recommend purchasing a copy, and doing it early on, so it is in your possession when the semester begins. Easy access to the book will be fundamental for the ability to follow the course requirements. Older editions and the international edition tend to differ a great deal from the 15 th edition and are therefore not appropriate. Course Structure and underlying Principles The course is structured as a combination of lectures and class discussions. Most classes cover one chapter of the textbook, and often a case or two from the textbook that accompanies the chapter. Please familiarize yourself with the readings and cases before the class, so you can take active part in class discussions. You should use the questions at the end of the cases to guide your case readings. We will use these same questions to lead our class discussions. Pay specific attention to the cases as very often they provide the basis for the class discussions. Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this course. Performance Evaluation: First exam 30% (material covered in classes 1-7) Second exam 40% (material covered in classes 9-18) Both exams are multiple-choice, closed-material exams. They cover all the course material, including the readings, cases and class discussions. The exams are not cumulative. Samples exams will be distributed in advance. Exams are given only on the dates stated in the syllabus. No makeups are allowed. Group project 30% Instructions will be distributed in class Data table 10% Essay 20% 2

3 Grades will be posted on Blackboard a few days after the exams/project submission. The final grades will be posted on Blackboard shortly after finals week, and before being submitted to the Registrar Office. Class overheads are posted on Blackboard before classes. The syllabus is also posted on Blackboard. Make sure that you have full access to Blackboard, and you are accessible via Blackboard (so you receive my s). Any difficulties with Blackboard should be addressed to Blackboard helpdesk: Other Administrative Issues Try to avoid missing classes. It is understandable that there might be circumstances that are beyond your control, but please try to keep these to a minimum. Given the nature of this course, where learning is largely based on class discussions, it is difficult, if not impossible, to complete the course successfully without attending classes regularly. Academic Integrity: Plagiarism is not tolerated and our school has a very strict policy for such behaviour, which I fully endorsed. Baruch College's policy on Academic Honesty is outlines in I trust there will be no need for such actions in our class. 3

4 Course Plan and Homework Class/Date Topics Covered Textbook chapter(s)/pages 1 Cases 1 2/4 Introduction: Firms in a global world 1 The globalized business of sport (ch. 1, opening case) 2 Why firms go global? Trade 5 2/11 theories 3 Why firms go global? FDI 15 2/18 theories 4 2/25 Firms in a culturally-diverse world 2 Tesco PLC: Leveraging global knowledge (ch. 2, closing case) 5 Firms in a global economic 4, pp /4 environment 6 3/11 Using the global economic environment strategically: Global production networks, /18 self study 8 3/25 9 4/1 4/15 spring break. No class outsourcing and logistics Firms and the global capital market: Foreign exchange and the global monetary system Sample exam distributed Mid-term exam Managing in a global capital market; National tax systems; National and international accounting standards 8, pp Group project assigned 1 When page numbers are not specified, please read the whole chapter.

5 10 4/8 11 4/ / /6 14 5/13 Exam week 5/22-26 Date TBA Firms in a global legal and political environment; Ethics and institutions across countries Managing the global legal and political environment: Understanding national and regional trade and FDI policy Firms and the global labor market: Managing human capital strategically In-class work on group project Globalization on trial: Costs and benefits for home and host countries Group presentations Preparation final exam Final exam 3 HBR case (will be posted on Blackboard) 6 7, pp Toyota European Drive (ch. 7, opening case); Wal-Mart goes South (ch. 7, closing case) 20 Data table due Group project due (*) all the readings and cases are from the textbook. 5

6 As we start the semester I will be most interested in getting to know you. I begin by introducing myself. BIO My areas of interest and expertise are globalization and the management of Multinational Corporations, topics I have been teaching, consulting and publishing on intensively for three decades. Prior to joining Baruch College in 2002, I was a Senior Research Fellow at Cambridge University UK. Earlier, I held a senior position in the Research Division on Foreign Investment and Transnational Corporations at the United Nations in Switzerland. In conjunction with these positions, I have consulted with a number of national and international organizations, including the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Union, London's Westminster City Council, the Government of Turkey, the US Department of Commerce, on issues related to Multinational Corporations and globalization. I am the Director of the Centre for the study of Russian and Emerging Market Multinationals of St. Petersburg State University, and lead a consulting project for Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting on value creation and appropriation in global supply chains, with application to Bangladesh garment industry. I have held visiting positions in business schools around the world, many of which are the leading schools in their countries, including Sun Yat-sen University, China, India School of Business (ISB), Lagos Business School, and BI Norwegian Business School, among others, where I have taught various IB courses. As a newly-appointed consultant to the American Management Association (AMA) I will guide the redesign of AMA s Global MBA program, and teach the global strategy and management courses on this program. I am a frequent commentator on globalization and global companies in various media outlets, including CNBC, FOX Business, CNN, Forbes, FT, India Economic Times, Business World India, Brooklyn Independent TV, among others, and a regular speaker in research seminars and conferences around the world. In 2014 I was part of an expert delegation invited by the President of the UAE to advise on the global financial investment strategy of the country s financial arm. I am the recipient of Baruch College 2011 Best Teacher Award and 2012 Presidential Excellence Award for Scholarship. My research has been awarded several notable recognitions, most recently the 2012 Outstanding Author Contribution Award of the Literati Network Emerald Awards for Excellence. I am the author of two books on global competition in service industries (one of them translated to Chinese) and numerous journal papers published in the leading academic journals in international business and strategy, including the Strategic Management Journal, Management Science and the Journal of International business Studies, and have served as a consulting editor and board member of the leading international academic journals in international business and strategy.

CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY James J. Nance College of Business Administration Marketing Department Spring 2012

CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY James J. Nance College of Business Administration Marketing Department Spring 2012 Spring 2012, MBA 602/51, D. Davisson (page 1) CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY James J. Nance College of Business Administration Marketing Department Spring 2012 Course Title: International Business Faculty:

More information

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Department of Finance and Economics 1 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS McCoy Hall Room 504 T: 512.245.2547 F: 512.245.3089 www.fin-eco.mccoy.txstate.edu (http://www.fin-eco.mccoy.txstate.edu) The mission

More information

Instructor Experience and Qualifications Professor of Business at NDNU; Over twenty-five years of experience in teaching undergraduate students.

Instructor Experience and Qualifications Professor of Business at NDNU; Over twenty-five years of experience in teaching undergraduate students. BUS 2116W.01 (Economic Development of Less Developed Countries) Spring 2016 TR 2 p.m. - 3:15 pm Course Start Date: 01/14/2016 Pre-requisites: None Instructor: Sujata Verma, Ph. D. Office: Room 18, Cuvilly

More information

FIN 571 International Business Finance

FIN 571 International Business Finance FIN 571 International Business Finance I. Course Description The scope and content of international finance have been fast evolving due to the deregulation of financial markets, product innovations, and

More information

Journal title ISSN Full text from

Journal title ISSN Full text from Title listings ejournals Management ejournals Database and Specialist ejournals Collections Emerald Insight Management ejournals Database Journal title ISSN Full text from Accounting, Finance & Economics

More information

PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) WITH CO-OP (4 Year) Academic Staff Jeremy Funk, Ph.D., University of Manitoba, Program Coordinator Bruce Duggan, M.B.A., University of Manitoba Marcio Coelho,

More information

ACCT 100 Introduction to Accounting Course Syllabus Course # on T Th 12:30 1:45 Spring, 2016: Debra L. Schmidt-Johnson, CPA

ACCT 100 Introduction to Accounting Course Syllabus Course # on T Th 12:30 1:45 Spring, 2016: Debra L. Schmidt-Johnson, CPA ACCT 100 Introduction to Accounting Course Syllabus Course # 22017 on T Th 12:30 1:45 Spring, 2016: Debra L. Schmidt-Johnson, CPA Course Description: This class introduces the student to the basics of

More information

PROGRAMME SYLLABUS International Management, Bachelor programme, 180

PROGRAMME SYLLABUS International Management, Bachelor programme, 180 PROGRAMME SYLLABUS International Management, Bachelor programme, 180 Programmestart: Autumn 2015 Jönköping International Business School, Box 1026, SE-551 11 Jönköping VISIT Gjuterigatan 5, Campus PHONE

More information

Online Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Online Master of Business Administration (MBA) Online Master of Business Administration (MBA) Dear Prospective Student, Thank you for contacting the University of Maryland s Robert H. Smith School of Business. By requesting this brochure, you ve taken

More information

CHMB16H3 TECHNIQUES IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

CHMB16H3 TECHNIQUES IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY CHMB16H3 TECHNIQUES IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY FALL 2017 COURSE SYLLABUS Course Instructors Kagan Kerman (Theoretical), e-mail: kagan.kerman@utoronto.ca Office hours: Mondays 3-6 pm in EV502 (on the 5th floor

More information

BUSINESS FINANCE 4265 Financial Institutions

BUSINESS FINANCE 4265 Financial Institutions BUSINESS FINANCE 4265 Financial Institutions Professor: Prof. Bernadette A. Minton Office: 700E Fisher Hall Email: minton.15@fisher.osu.edu Phone: (614) 688 3125 Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:00 pm 2:00

More information

FINANCE 3320 Financial Management Syllabus May-Term 2016 *

FINANCE 3320 Financial Management Syllabus May-Term 2016 * FINANCE 3320 Financial Management Syllabus May-Term 2016 * Instructor details: Professor Mukunthan Santhanakrishnan Office: Fincher 335 Office phone: 214-768-2260 Email: muku@smu.edu Class details: Days:

More information

MIAO WANG. Articles in Refereed Journals and Book Volumes. Department of Economics Marquette University 606 N. 13 th Street Milwaukee, WI 53233

MIAO WANG. Articles in Refereed Journals and Book Volumes. Department of Economics Marquette University 606 N. 13 th Street Milwaukee, WI 53233 1 MIAO WANG Department of Economics Marquette University 606 N. 13 th Street Milwaukee, WI 53233 Phone: 414-288-7310 Fax: 414-288-5757 Email: grace.wang@marquette.edu Education Ph.D., Economics, University

More information

ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-AU7 Syllabus

ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-AU7 Syllabus HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION MBA ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-AU7 Syllabus Winter 2010 P LYMOUTH S TATE U NIVERSITY, C OLLEGE OF B USINESS A DMINISTRATION 1 Page 2 PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY College of

More information

Newcastle University Business School (NUBS)

Newcastle University Business School (NUBS) Newcastle University Business School (NUBS) Contact Shelagh Cauwood Shelagh.Cauwood@ncl.ac.uk James Wade James.Wade@ncl.ac.uk All students must meet the following criteria: 1. any specified pre-requisites

More information

*In Ancient Greek: *In English: micro = small macro = large economia = management of the household or family

*In Ancient Greek: *In English: micro = small macro = large economia = management of the household or family ECON 3 * *In Ancient Greek: micro = small macro = large economia = management of the household or family *In English: Microeconomics = the study of how individuals or small groups of people manage limited

More information

USC MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

USC MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS USC MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IOM 482 Fall 2013 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS Professor Murat Bayiz Bridge Hall, Room 401G Phone: (213) 740 5618 E-mail: murat.bayiz@marshall.usc.edu

More information

SYLLABUS. EC 322 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2012

SYLLABUS. EC 322 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2012 SYLLABUS EC 322 Intermediate Macroeconomics Fall 2012 Location: Online Instructor: Christopher Westley Office: 112A Merrill Phone: 782-5392 Office hours: Tues and Thur, 12:30-2:30, Thur 4:00-5:00, or by

More information

ABHINAV NATIONAL MONTHLY REFEREED JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN COMMERCE & MANAGEMENT

ABHINAV NATIONAL MONTHLY REFEREED JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN COMMERCE & MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENT AND COMMERCE EDUCATION IN GLOBALIZATION Dhaval Desai Ph. D. Scholar, Pacific University, Udaipur, India Email: dhaval_mdt@yahoo.in ABSTRACT The growing phenomenon of globalization,

More information

ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-OL Syllabus

ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-OL Syllabus MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS BU-5190-OL Syllabus Fall 2011 P LYMOUTH S TATE U NIVERSITY, C OLLEGE OF B USINESS A DMINISTRATION 1 Page 2 PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY College of

More information

Accounting 312: Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting Syllabus Spring Brown

Accounting 312: Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting Syllabus Spring Brown Class Hours: MW 3:30-5:00 (Unique #: 02247) UTC 3.102 Professor: Patti Brown, CPA E-mail: patti.brown@mccombs.utexas.edu Office: GSB 5.124B Office Hours: Mon 2:00 3:00pm Phone: (512) 232-6782 TA: TBD TA

More information

Economics 201 Principles of Microeconomics Fall 2010 MWF 10:00 10:50am 160 Bryan Building

Economics 201 Principles of Microeconomics Fall 2010 MWF 10:00 10:50am 160 Bryan Building Economics 201 Principles of Microeconomics Fall 2010 MWF 10:00 10:50am 160 Bryan Building Professor: Dr. Michelle Sheran Office: 445 Bryan Building Phone: 256-1192 E-mail: mesheran@uncg.edu Office Hours:

More information

BUAD 497 Strategic Management, Syllabus Fall 2017 Section 15092, MW 8-9:50am Rm JFF239

BUAD 497 Strategic Management, Syllabus Fall 2017 Section 15092, MW 8-9:50am Rm JFF239 BUAD 497 Strategic Management, Syllabus Fall 2017 Section 15092, MW 8-9:50am Rm JFF239 Professor: Reza Bavafa, Ph.D. Office: ACC B1E Office Hours: M: 10-11am, T: 1-2pm and by appointment bavafa@marshall.usc.edu

More information

GEB 6930 Doing Business in Asia Hough Graduate School Warrington College of Business Administration University of Florida

GEB 6930 Doing Business in Asia Hough Graduate School Warrington College of Business Administration University of Florida GEB 6930 Doing Business in Asia Hough Graduate School Warrington College of Business Administration University of Florida GENERAL INFORMATION Instructor: Linda D. Clarke, B.S., B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D., J.D.

More information

UoS - College of Business Administration. Master of Business Administration (MBA)

UoS - College of Business Administration. Master of Business Administration (MBA) UoS - College of Business Administration Master of Business Administration (MBA) Introduction The College of Business Administration (CoBA) at the University of Sharjah (UoS) has grown rapidly over the

More information

BA 130 Introduction to International Business

BA 130 Introduction to International Business BA 130 Introduction to International Business COURSE SYLLABUS Department of Business and Economics Spring, 2017 Credit: Instructor: Office Hours: E-mail: 3 units (45 lecture hours) Dr. Alexander Anokhin

More information

International Economics & Business Track of the Bachelor degree Economics and Business Economics. Radboud University Nijmegen

International Economics & Business Track of the Bachelor degree Economics and Business Economics. Radboud University Nijmegen International Economics & Business Track of the Bachelor degree Economics and Business Economics Radboud University Nijmegen 2 Table of contents 3 > International Economics & Business at Radboud University

More information

International Organizations and Global Governance: A Crisis in Global Leadership?

International Organizations and Global Governance: A Crisis in Global Leadership? International Organizations and Global Governance: A Crisis in Global Leadership? Dr. A. Claire Cutler Mon & Thurs 11:30-12:50pm COR B129 Office Hours: Thursday 1-2:30pm Office: SSM A352 Course Description

More information

Department of Anthropology ANTH 1027A/001: Introduction to Linguistics Dr. Olga Kharytonava Course Outline Fall 2017

Department of Anthropology ANTH 1027A/001: Introduction to Linguistics Dr. Olga Kharytonava Course Outline Fall 2017 Department of Anthropology ANTH 1027A/001: Introduction to Linguistics Dr. Olga Kharytonava Course Outline Fall 2017 Lectures: Tuesdays 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, SEB-1059 Tutorials: Thursdays: Section 002 2:30-3:30pm

More information

BUSI 2504 Business Finance I Spring 2014, Section A

BUSI 2504 Business Finance I Spring 2014, Section A BUSI 2504 Business Finance I Spring 2014, Section A Instructor Class Time Room Erin Oldford T, TH 1135am-235am SA416 Contact Info: Erin Oldford 1003DT erin_oldford@carleton.ca Office Hours: T, TH 1030am-1130am,

More information

From Empire to Twenty-First Century Britain: Economic and Political Development of Great Britain in the 19th and 20th Centuries 5HD391

From Empire to Twenty-First Century Britain: Economic and Political Development of Great Britain in the 19th and 20th Centuries 5HD391 Provisional list of courses for Exchange students Fall semester 2017: University of Economics, Prague Courses stated below are offered by particular departments and faculties at the University of Economics,

More information

STRATEGIC GROWTH FROM THE BASE OF THE PYRAMID

STRATEGIC GROWTH FROM THE BASE OF THE PYRAMID Executive Education STRATEGIC GROWTH FROM THE BASE OF THE PYRAMID This innovative, new five-day program shares key strategies, frameworks and processes that helps companies build sustainable, scalable businesses

More information

Marketing Management MBA 706 Mondays 2:00-4:50

Marketing Management MBA 706 Mondays 2:00-4:50 Marketing Management MBA 706 Mondays 2:00-4:50 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE: OFFICE HOURS: DR. JAMES BOLES 441B BRYAN BUILDING BY APPOINTMENT OFFICE PHONE: 336-334-4413; CELL 336-580-8763 E-MAIL ADDRESS: jsboles@uncg.edu

More information

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. B or better in Algebra I, or consent of instructor

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. B or better in Algebra I, or consent of instructor Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District DRAFT Course Title: AP Macroeconomics Grade Level(s) 11-12 Length of Course: Credit: Prerequisite: One semester or equivalent term 5 units B or better in

More information

5.7 Course Descriptions

5.7 Course Descriptions CATALOG 2013/2014 726 BINUS UNIVERSITY 5.7 Course Descriptions 5.7.1 MM Young Professional Business Management AY002 ESSENTIAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (3 SCU) Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion

More information

Alabama A&M University School of Business Department of Economics, Finance & Office Systems Management Normal, AL Fall 2004

Alabama A&M University School of Business Department of Economics, Finance & Office Systems Management Normal, AL Fall 2004 Alabama A&M University School of Business Department of Economics, Finance & Office Systems Management Normal, AL 35762 Fall 2004 Course Number ECO 232 01 Call # 3860 ECO 232 03 Call # 3870 Course Title

More information

University of Waterloo Department of Economics Economics 102 (Section 006) Introduction to Macroeconomics Winter 2012

University of Waterloo Department of Economics Economics 102 (Section 006) Introduction to Macroeconomics Winter 2012 University of Waterloo Department of Economics Economics 102 (Section 006) Introduction to Macroeconomics Winter 2012 Instructor: Nafeez Fatima Office: HH 221 Phone: 519-888-4567, ext.36559 E-mail Address:

More information

RES 9950 International Real Estate Spring Monday/Wednesday 7:30 8:45 pm Instructor: Michael H. Krupa

RES 9950 International Real Estate Spring Monday/Wednesday 7:30 8:45 pm Instructor: Michael H. Krupa RES 9950 International Real Estate Spring 2015 Monday/Wednesday 7:30 8:45 pm Instructor: Michael H. Krupa (Michael.Krupa@baruch.cuny.edu) This course focuses on the increasingly global nature of the real

More information

Required Texts: Intermediate Accounting by Spiceland, Sepe and Nelson, 8E Course notes are available on UNM Learn.

Required Texts: Intermediate Accounting by Spiceland, Sepe and Nelson, 8E Course notes are available on UNM Learn. MGT 341 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II Spring 2017 Instructor: Joni Young Office: ASM 2118 Phone: 277-0334 Office Hours: T,Th 12:30-1:30. and by appointment E-mail: joni@unm.edu Required Texts: Intermediate Accounting

More information

international faculty fellows program

international faculty fellows program MIT Sloan nnnnn International Programs nnnnn International Faculty Fellows at the MIT Sloan School of Management are faculty from universities around the globe that are collaborating with MIT Sloan to

More information

SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 43 The vision of the Sorrell College of Business is to be the first choice for higher business education students in their quest to succeed in a dynamic and global economy. Sorrell College of Business

More information

content First Introductory book to cover CAPM First to differentiate expected and required returns First to discuss the intrinsic value of stocks

content First Introductory book to cover CAPM First to differentiate expected and required returns First to discuss the intrinsic value of stocks content First Introductory book to cover CAPM First to differentiate expected and required returns First to discuss the intrinsic value of stocks presentation First timelines to explain TVM First financial

More information

Economics 100: Introduction to Macroeconomics Spring 2012, Tuesdays and Thursdays Kenyon 134

Economics 100: Introduction to Macroeconomics Spring 2012, Tuesdays and Thursdays Kenyon 134 Economics 100: Introduction to Macroeconomics Spring 2012, Tuesdays and Thursdays Kenyon 134 Instructor: Sarah Pearlman Office: Blodgett 134A E-mail: sapearlman@vassar.edu Office Hours: Tues & Wed 4:45-5:45pm

More information

ECO 2013-Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 2013-Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2013-Principles of Macroeconomics Fall 2017 Instructor: E-mail: Tamanna Kabir tkabi002@fiu.edu Class Details: ECO 2013-U07, Class #77416 Class Schedule: Classroom: MoWeFr 12:00 pm -12:50 pm AHC3-110

More information

Dowling, P. J., Festing, M., & Engle, A. (2013). International human resource management (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Dowling, P. J., Festing, M., & Engle, A. (2013). International human resource management (6th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. BHR 4501, International Human Resource Management Course Syllabus Course Description Examines three broad areas of international human resource management by examining human behavior within organizations

More information

FINN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Spring 2014

FINN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Spring 2014 FINN 3120-004 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Spring 2014 Instructor: Sailu Li Time and Location: 08:00-09:15AM, Tuesday and Thursday, FRIDAY 142 Contact: Friday 272A, 704-687-5447 Email: sli20@uncc.edu Office Hours:

More information

Name: Giovanni Liberatore NYUHome Address: Office Hours: by appointment Villa Ulivi Office Extension: 312

Name: Giovanni Liberatore NYUHome  Address: Office Hours: by appointment Villa Ulivi Office Extension: 312 Class code Instructor Details ACCT-UB9001.001 Name: Giovanni Liberatore NYUHome Email Address: gl29@nyu.edu Office Hours: by appointment Villa Ulivi Office Extension: 312 Class Details Prerequisites Class

More information

Office Hours: Day Time Location TR 12:00pm - 2:00pm Main Campus Carl DeSantis Building 5136

Office Hours: Day Time Location TR 12:00pm - 2:00pm Main Campus Carl DeSantis Building 5136 FIN 3110 - Financial Management I. Course Information Course: FIN 3110 - Financial Management Semester Credit Hours: 3.0 Course CRN and Section: 20812 - NW1 Semester and Year: Fall 2017 Course Start and

More information

MATH 205: Mathematics for K 8 Teachers: Number and Operations Western Kentucky University Spring 2017

MATH 205: Mathematics for K 8 Teachers: Number and Operations Western Kentucky University Spring 2017 MATH 205: Mathematics for K 8 Teachers: Number and Operations Western Kentucky University Spring 2017 INSTRUCTOR: Julie Payne CLASS TIMES: Section 003 TR 11:10 12:30 EMAIL: julie.payne@wku.edu Section

More information

Chiaku Chukwuogor Ph.D. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Chiaku Chukwuogor Ph.D. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Chiaku Chukwuogor Ph.D. REFEREED PUBLICATIONS 1. U.S. Financial Crisis and Economic Recession, 2012, Global Business Investments and Publications LLC., USA, Library of Congress Control Number: 2011931585,

More information

College of Liberal Arts (CLA)

College of Liberal Arts (CLA) College of Liberal Arts (CLA) 1 College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Courses CLA 1001. The CLA First Year Experience. 1 Credit Hour. The CLA First Year Experience introduces students to the rich diversity of

More information

University of Waterloo School of Accountancy. AFM 102: Introductory Management Accounting. Fall Term 2004: Section 4

University of Waterloo School of Accountancy. AFM 102: Introductory Management Accounting. Fall Term 2004: Section 4 University of Waterloo School of Accountancy AFM 102: Introductory Management Accounting Fall Term 2004: Section 4 Instructor: Alan Webb Office: HH 289A / BFG 2120 B (after October 1) Phone: 888-4567 ext.

More information

Student Feedback Analysis Report

Student Feedback Analysis Report Programme: M.B.A. - FT Semester: II Number of Students Enrolled: 120 Number of Students Participated in the Feedback: 20 Courses Offered: Marketing Management Research Methodology Financial Management

More information

Demography and Population Geography with GISc GEH 320/GEP 620 (H81) / PHE 718 / EES80500 Syllabus

Demography and Population Geography with GISc GEH 320/GEP 620 (H81) / PHE 718 / EES80500 Syllabus Demography and Population Geography with GISc GEH 320/GEP 620 (H81) / PHE 718 / EES80500 Syllabus Catalogue description Course meets (optional) Instructor Email The world's population in the context of

More information

Required Materials: The Elements of Design, Third Edition; Poppy Evans & Mark A. Thomas; ISBN GB+ flash/jump drive

Required Materials: The Elements of Design, Third Edition; Poppy Evans & Mark A. Thomas; ISBN GB+ flash/jump drive ARV 121 introduction to design DIGITAL ARTS INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE ARV 121 Course Prefix and Number: ARV 121 Course Title: Introduction to Design Lecture Hours: 3 Professor: Office Hours: Catalogue Description:

More information

Syllabus Foundations of Finance Summer 2014 FINC-UB

Syllabus Foundations of Finance Summer 2014 FINC-UB Syllabus Foundations of Finance Summer 2014 FINC-UB.0002.01 Instructor Matteo Crosignani Office: KMEC 9-193F Phone: 212-998-0716 Email: mcrosign@stern.nyu.edu Office Hours: Thursdays 4-6pm in Altman Room

More information

MBA PROGRAMS. Preparing well-rounded graduates to become leaders in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors. GRADUATE STUDIES Light the way.

MBA PROGRAMS. Preparing well-rounded graduates to become leaders in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors. GRADUATE STUDIES Light the way. MBA PROGRAMS Preparing well-rounded graduates to become leaders in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors. GRADUATE STUDIES Light the way. I came to Assumption College ready to be a manager, and I

More information

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN 2017

COURSE DELIVERY PLAN 2017 Bachel of Business COURSE CODE: BBNS CAMPUS COLLEGE STUDY MODE City Flinders, Footscray Park Business Full-time Part-time DURATION 3 Years full-time part-time equivalent FEE TYPE F infmation on course

More information

Call for International Experts for. The 2018 BFSU International Summer School BEIJING FOREIGN STUDIES UNIVERSITY

Call for International Experts for. The 2018 BFSU International Summer School BEIJING FOREIGN STUDIES UNIVERSITY Call for International Experts for The 2018 BFSU International Summer School BEIJING FOREIGN STUDIES UNIVERSITY OCTOBER 31, 2017 Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) is a prestigious university in

More information

ACTL5103 Stochastic Modelling For Actuaries. Course Outline Semester 2, 2014

ACTL5103 Stochastic Modelling For Actuaries. Course Outline Semester 2, 2014 UNSW Australia Business School School of Risk and Actuarial Studies ACTL5103 Stochastic Modelling For Actuaries Course Outline Semester 2, 2014 Part A: Course-Specific Information Please consult Part B

More information

ECO 2013: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Spring 2017

ECO 2013: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Spring 2017 Lutgert College of Business, Department of Economics and Finance CRN 11091 (3 Credit Hours) T/ R 1:30 2:45 PM Lutgert Hall 1202 Instructor: Mrs. Carol Sweeney, MS Dev. Studies Lutgert Hall 3354 Office

More information

International Business BADM 455, Section 2 Spring 2008

International Business BADM 455, Section 2 Spring 2008 International Business BADM 455, Section 2 Spring 2008 Call #: 11947 Class Meetings: 12:00 12:50 pm, Monday, Wednesday & Friday Credits Hrs.: 3 Room: May Hall, room 309 Instruct or: Rolf Butz Office Hours:

More information

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Department of Economics. ECON 1012: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Prof. Irene R. Foster

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Department of Economics. ECON 1012: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Prof. Irene R. Foster THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Department of Economics ECON 1012: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS Prof. Irene R. Foster Office: Monroe 323 Phone: (202) 994-6150 Walk-in Office Hours: W 2-4pm Email: fosterir@gwu.edu

More information

Connect Mcgraw Hill Managerial Accounting Promo Code

Connect Mcgraw Hill Managerial Accounting Promo Code Mcgraw Hill Promo Code Free PDF ebook Download: Mcgraw Hill Promo Code Download or Read Online ebook connect mcgraw hill managerial accounting promo code in PDF Format From The Best User Guide Database

More information

INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENT 6930 Spring 2017

INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENT 6930 Spring 2017 INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE HOURS: John Kraft 9:15 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Bryan Hall Room 218 352-294-3511 or John.Kraft@warrington.ufl.edu TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT: Technology Assistance Center 352-273-0248 or tac@warrington.ufl.edu

More information

CS 100: Principles of Computing

CS 100: Principles of Computing CS 100: Principles of Computing Kevin Molloy August 29, 2017 1 Basic Course Information 1.1 Prerequisites: None 1.2 General Education Fulfills Mason Core requirement in Information Technology (ALL). 1.3

More information

Courses below are sorted by the column Field of study for your better orientation. The list is subject to change.

Courses below are sorted by the column Field of study for your better orientation. The list is subject to change. Provisional list of courses for Exchange students Spring semester 2017: University of Economics, Prague Courses stated below are offered by particular departments and faculties at the University of Economics,

More information

Social Media Journalism J336F Unique ID CMA Fall 2012

Social Media Journalism J336F Unique ID CMA Fall 2012 Social Media Journalism J336F Unique ID 07435 CMA 4.308 Fall 2012 Class: T- Th 9:30 to 11 a.m. Professor: Robert Quigley Office hours: 1-2 p.m. Mondays and 10 a.m. to noon on Fridays and by appointment.

More information

MKTG 611- Marketing Management The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Fall 2016

MKTG 611- Marketing Management The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Fall 2016 MKTG 611- Marketing Management The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Fall 2016 Professor Jonah Berger and Professor Barbara Kahn Teaching Assistants: Nashvia Alvi nashvia@wharton.upenn.edu Puranmalka

More information

ELLEN E. ENGEL. Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Ph.D. - Accounting, 1997.

ELLEN E. ENGEL. Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Ph.D. - Accounting, 1997. ELLEN E. ENGEL September 2016 University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Accounting 601 S. Morgan Street Chicago, IL 60607 Office Phone: (312)-413-3418 Mobile Phone: (847) 644-2961 Email: elleneng@uic.edu

More information

SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 66. SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS The Sorrell College of Business supports the Troy University mission by preparing our diverse student body to become ethical professionals equipped

More information

CIS 121 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS - SYLLABUS

CIS 121 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS - SYLLABUS CIS 121 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS - SYLLABUS Section: 7591, 7592 Instructor: Beth Roberts Class Time: Hybrid Classroom: CTR-270, AAH-234 Credits: 5 cr. Email: Canvas messaging (preferred)

More information

Executive Guide to Simulation for Health

Executive Guide to Simulation for Health Executive Guide to Simulation for Health Simulation is used by Healthcare and Human Service organizations across the World to improve their systems of care and reduce costs. Simulation offers evidence

More information

Section 2 Command Economies Study Guide Answers

Section 2 Command Economies Study Guide Answers Section 2 Command Economies Study Guide Answers If looking for the book Section 2 command economies study guide answers in pdf format, then you have come on to the faithful site. We furnish complete option

More information

Call for applications

Call for applications Call: Five new positions opening at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Liège (ULg): 2 Ph.D. fellowships in anthropology (4 years, full time) and 3 postdoctoral fellowships in social sciences

More information

DBA Program Curriculum

DBA Program Curriculum DBA Program Curriculum Code Courses Class Hours Self-Study Hours ECTS* 1st Year Courses (35 ECTS Credit Points) Unit 1: Fundamentals of Scientific Research Courses DBA801 Philosophy of Science 30 100 5

More information

Russell M. Rhine. Education

Russell M. Rhine. Education Russell M. Rhine 46477 Mirage Court Lexington Park, MD 20653 Home (301) 737-7818 rmrhine@smcm.edu Saint Mary s College of Maryland 18952 E. Fisher Road Saint Mary s City, MD 20686-3001 Work (240) 895-4596

More information

Northern Kentucky University Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law Financial Statement Analysis ACC 308

Northern Kentucky University Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law Financial Statement Analysis ACC 308 Northern Kentucky University Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law Financial Statement Analysis ACC 308 SEMESTER: Fall 2014 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. J.C. Thompson, e-mail duke@qx.net OFFICE HOURS:

More information

UNIVERSITY OF DERBY JOB DESCRIPTION. Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. JOB NUMBER SALARY to per annum

UNIVERSITY OF DERBY JOB DESCRIPTION. Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. JOB NUMBER SALARY to per annum UNIVERSITY OF DERBY JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE DEPARTMENT / COLLEGE LOCATION Associate Professor: Learning and Teaching Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Kedleston Road JOB NUMBER 0749-17 SALARY

More information

Like much of the country, Detroit suffered significant job losses during the Great Recession.

Like much of the country, Detroit suffered significant job losses during the Great Recession. 36 37 POPULATION TRENDS Economy ECONOMY Like much of the country, suffered significant job losses during the Great Recession. Since bottoming out in the first quarter of 2010, however, the city has seen

More information

Syllabus - ESET 369 Embedded Systems Software, Fall 2016

Syllabus - ESET 369 Embedded Systems Software, Fall 2016 Syllabus - ESET 369 Embedded Systems Software, Fall 2016 Contact Information: Professor: Dr. Byul Hur Office: 008A Fermier Telephone: (979) 845-5195 Facsimile: E-mail: byulmail@tamu.edu Web: www.tamuresearch.com

More information

ECO 210. Macroeconomics

ECO 210. Macroeconomics Technical College of the Lowcountry Arts & Sciences Division 921 Ribaut Road Building 9, Room 102 Beaufort, SC 29901 843-525-8281 ECO 210 Macroeconomics Course Description This course includes the study

More information

Strategic Management (MBA 800-AE) Fall 2010

Strategic Management (MBA 800-AE) Fall 2010 Strategic Management (MBA 800-AE) Fall 2010 Time: Tuesday evenings 4:30PM - 7:10PM in Sawyer 929 Instructor: Prof. Mark Lehrer, PhD, Dept. of Strategy and International Business Office: S666 Office hours:

More information

Curriculum Vitae IMAD A. ELHAJ

Curriculum Vitae IMAD A. ELHAJ Curriculum Vitae IMAD A. ELHAJ Addresses Experience Education Department of Finance College of Business University of Louisville Office: 502-852-7684 Email: ielhaj@louisville.edu Twenty Six years of teaching

More information

BUSINESS FINANCE 4239 Risk Management

BUSINESS FINANCE 4239 Risk Management BUSINESS FINANCE 4239 Risk Management Professor: Prof. Bernadette A. Minton Office: 700E Fisher Hall Email: minton.15@fisher.osu.edu Phone: (614) 688 3125 Office Hours: Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

More information

KOMAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (KUST)

KOMAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (KUST) Course Title COURSE SYLLABUS for ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM Course Code ACC 3320 No. of Credits Three Credit Hours (3 CHs) Department Accounting College College of Business

More information

Programme Specification. BSc (Hons) RURAL LAND MANAGEMENT

Programme Specification. BSc (Hons) RURAL LAND MANAGEMENT Programme Specification BSc (Hons) RURAL LAND MANAGEMENT D GUIDE SEPTEMBER 2016 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, CIRENCESTER PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION BSc (Hons) RURAL LAND MANAGEMENT NB The information contained

More information

1. Programme title and designation International Management N/A

1. Programme title and designation International Management N/A PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation International Management 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria equivalent MSc

More information

Business 712 Managerial Negotiations Fall 2011 Course Outline. Human Resources and Management Area DeGroote School of Business McMaster University

Business 712 Managerial Negotiations Fall 2011 Course Outline. Human Resources and Management Area DeGroote School of Business McMaster University B712 - Fall 2011-1 of 10 COURSE OBJECTIVE Business 712 Managerial Negotiations Fall 2011 Course Outline Human Resources and Management Area DeGroote School of Business McMaster University The purpose of

More information

Social Media Journalism J336F Unique Spring 2016

Social Media Journalism J336F Unique Spring 2016 Social Media Journalism J336F Unique 07865 Spring 2016 Class: Online Professor: Robert Quigley Office hours: T-TH 10:30 to noon and by appointment Email: robert.quigley@austin.utexas.edu Personal social

More information

The Policymaking Process Course Syllabus

The Policymaking Process Course Syllabus The Policymaking Process Course Syllabus GOVT 4370 Policy Making Process Fall 2007 Paul J. Bonicelli, PhD Assistant Administrator United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 1300 Pennsylvania

More information

Mehul Raithatha. Education Qualifications

Mehul Raithatha. Education Qualifications Mehul Raithatha Associate Professor, Finance and Accounting Area Indian Institute of Management Indore Mobile: +91-9677089379/9867851295 Email: mehulr@iimidr.ac.in/mehular83@gmail.com Education Qualifications

More information

The New Venture Business Plan BAEP 554

The New Venture Business Plan BAEP 554 Instructor: The New Venture Business Plan BAEP 554 Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Marshall School of Business, Bridge Hall One (lower level) University of Southern California Los Angeles,

More information

SYLLABUS: RURAL SOCIOLOGY 1500 INTRODUCTION TO RURAL SOCIOLOGY SPRING 2017

SYLLABUS: RURAL SOCIOLOGY 1500 INTRODUCTION TO RURAL SOCIOLOGY SPRING 2017 College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Science School of Environment and Natural Resources SYLLABUS: RURAL SOCIOLOGY 1500 INTRODUCTION TO RURAL SOCIOLOGY SPRING 2017 Course overview Instructor

More information

MAR Environmental Problems & Solutions. Stony Brook University School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS)

MAR Environmental Problems & Solutions. Stony Brook University School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) MAR 340-01 Environmental Problems & Solutions Stony Brook University School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) This course satisfies the DEC category H This course satisfies the SBC category STAS

More information

First Line Manager Development. Facilitated Blended Accredited

First Line Manager Development. Facilitated Blended Accredited First Line Manager Development Facilitated Blended Accredited Why is First Line Manager development so critical? We combine The Oxford Group s expertise in leadership & management development and experienced

More information

University of Toronto Mississauga Sociology SOC387 H5S Qualitative Analysis I Mondays 11 AM to 1 PM IB 250

University of Toronto Mississauga Sociology SOC387 H5S Qualitative Analysis I Mondays 11 AM to 1 PM IB 250 University of Toronto Mississauga Sociology SOC387 H5S Qualitative Analysis I Mondays 11 AM to 1 PM IB 250 Instructor Information Instructor: Matt Patterson Office location: DV-3208C Office Phone #: 905-828-5410

More information

TESL /002 Principles of Linguistics Professor N.S. Baron Spring 2007 Wednesdays 5:30 pm 8:00 pm

TESL /002 Principles of Linguistics Professor N.S. Baron Spring 2007 Wednesdays 5:30 pm 8:00 pm TESL 500.001/002 Principles of Linguistics Professor N.S. Baron Spring 2007 Wednesdays 5:30 pm 8:00 pm OFFICE HOURS Location: McKinley 156 Times: Mondays 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Tuesdays 8:30 am 11:30 am (by appointment

More information

Market Intelligence. Alumni Perspectives Survey Report 2017

Market Intelligence. Alumni Perspectives Survey Report 2017 Market Intelligence Alumni Perspectives Survey Report 2017 Contents Executive Summary... 2 Introduction.... 5 Key Findings... 6 The Value of a Graduate Management Education.... 8 Three Dimensions of Value....

More information