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GLBL 270 A - Intro Global Markets & Society

Campus: Urbana-Champaign

Description:

Introduction to global markets and economic systems and their evolving relationship with societies in the global North and South. Presents interdisciplinary perspectives on business structures and conduct with emphasis on (1) the philosophical foundations of economic systems; (2) international business networks and technological innovation; (3) business environments in non-Western settings; (4) global workforce composition and divisions of labor; (5) the relationships between business, development and the environment; and (6) international organizations that support the spread of global business.

Special Instructions:

This introductory course provides a social science perspective of global business institutions and economic systems and their evolving relationship with societies in the global North and South. Interdisciplinary perspectives on business structures covered include the philosophical foundations of economic systems, growth of international business networks and technological innovation, overview of business environments in non-Western settings, contemporary global workforce composition and divisions of labor, the relationships between business, development and the environment and, international organizations that support the spread of global business.

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Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Undergraduate

Credit: 3

Term(s): Spring


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