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IBUS-350Global Emerging Markets (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate
Global Emerging Markets (3) In this course students compare different country contexts in an effort to better understand why some countries are more competitive than others; gain an understanding of how the policies of governments and multilateral organizations can affect the level of economic development and attractiveness of the business environment in a country; and begin to recognize the challenges and opportunities that businesses face in emerging markets and how these challenges can be overcome. The class also examines the growing number of multinationals coming from emerging markets and how and where they are competing with firms from the United States, Western Europe, and Japan. Prerequisite: completion of 60 credit hours.