Managing Global Marketplace
Academic Term and Year
Managers need a background in global trade to function in the international marketplace. We will cover globalization, outsourcing, and international trade theory. The discussions of the organization of international business and import-export issues will help students understand the planning involved in effectively moving a business into the global marketplace. There will be coverage of ethical issues in international transactions. Materials on cross-cultural negotiations, human resource issues and strategies for entering a specific international market will aid the students in negotiating a license agreement in class covering a specific product or service to be distributed in an international market.
Megits, Nikolay, "MBA8330-M83.Managing Global Marketplace.Su14.Megits,Nikolay" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 534.