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MOB7549

GLOBAL AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CONTEXT

MOB7549

Course Description:

MOB7549 Global and International Business Context 3 credits The goal of this course is to explore how firms build competitive advantages by adapting to, and shaping, the business contexts in which they operate, and how they can develop integrated market/non-market strategies to build and strengthen their competitive advantage. To achieve this goal, we analyze the impact of the formal and informal dimensions of their environment, including, among others, corporate governance systems, innovation systems, policies, non-market ecosystems, corruption, and third-sector activism, on firms' strategies. In turn, this analysis helps understand not only how firms can adapt to and/or shape their environment to their benefit, but also why firms from different countries behave differently when they compete globally. This course is intended as a strategy elective in international business. It qualifies for Requirement B in the Global Management Concentration. Prerequisite: MOB7202 or MOB7801

Department:

Management

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate