|1.||Contextualize the historical, political, legal, economic and socio-cultural aspects of global business environment in relation to business organizations and management practices;|
|2.||Critically examine the contemporary business environment in Australia and in other countries, and its implications for foreign firms and managers;|
|3.||Verify and set up strategies for establishing successful business relationships with international partners, clients and suppliers;|
|4.||Identify and manage the economic, legal and political risks in entering foreign markets; and|
|5.||Design a strategic plan for an organization operating in a global business context.|
|Case Study||Group case study report on dynamics of international business||30%|
International business: competing in the global marketplace, 13th edn,
Hill, CWL & Hult, GTM 2021,
McGraw-Hill, New York, NY.
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