Students will study the geographic locations of major economic resources in the world and the strategies developed by international firms for accessing them. This explains the off-shore location decisions made by resource-oriented industries, market-oriented industries and manufacturing firms.
Students develop an understanding of international accounting and accounting standards, the operation and function of the foreign exchange markets, and the strategies for financial risk aversion.
Students examine the influences of economic, political, legal, and cultural environments on international business operations and management.
Students analyze the principles and practices of foreign trade, mechanisms of international finance and balance of payments, survey of commercial treaties, world trade institutions, and the forces of globalization.
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