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4557A/B - Business Government and Globalization

Corporations & Society

For students who want to develop a deeper understanding of how global factors such as international economic institutions, trade policies, and regulations affect firm profitability. It takes a single bottom-line perspective to understanding how the international policy environment affects firm profitability and how companies can alter their external environment to their advantage. The course develops a toolkit and uses it to examine nine broad themes of political risk. Students considering careers with a finance, economics or trade focus will benefit from this course. Credits: 0.5

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