IBUS 701: International Business (2)

This introductory course aims at providing a framework for understanding the basic concepts, practices, and issues involved in international business and economic relations. Focus is placed on (1) the evolution of the present international monetary and trade systems, with emphasis on the role of the IMF and GATT (now the World Trade Organization); (2) the nature and current transition of former centrally planned economies; (3) the nature and prospects of less developed countries; and (4) the interdependence of the major industrialized nations (with coverage also of regional integration initiatives). This course is not open to students with credit in IBUS 410. LEC
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