BUS-D620 Seminar in International Business
- 15 weeks
- 3 credits
- Prerequisite(s): Doctoral candidacy or professor's permission
Not only for specialists in International Business. Its orientation is basically to review both the classic literature in the field of international business especially the theory of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and business networks, as well as some of the more recent problems and issues that are at the forefront of academic research in the IB area. A “multiple perspectives” approach is followed, using insights from relevant functional fields and cognate disciplines, to throw light on the management issues affecting MNE and networks. Required critical readings and detailed seminar paper.