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The Changing Nature of Business and Economy in China (INTL-920-0)
1.00 Credit
TCE BidStats

Description:

This course counts toward the following majors: International Business

This course helps you to gain a practical and timely overview of the dynamic set of issues related to the changing nature of the economy with and in China and related business issues. Topics of discussion cover major issues facing both foreign and Chinese organizations in China today by looking at what China has done and where it is going: China’s rise to dominance in manufacturing and aspirations of scaling the value chain in branding and innovation, coming onto the world business stage and the global impact, entering the China market and investing and the new issue of outbound Chinese FDI, dealing with important cultural and political issues, understanding human resource and leadership challenges, moving goods and capital around China, China’s increasing role as a consumer of both finished products and natural resources, making sense of Chinese monetary and banking policy and their affect abroad, protecting trade secrets, and other key topics. We will also look closely at the question of exactly how big of an opportunity or threat China presents, to whom, why, and how.

Prerequisites:
None

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