Lecture 1 - Week 1 Post-Lecture

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Unformatted text preview: • • – – • • What to call me? Not Mister Rogers! • • • • • • lu_492@fisher.osu.edu Today’s Road Map Class Intro Globalization Debates 555 • • • • • • • • • • • – Environment Managing Markets International Trade and World Organizations Strategy; Structure; People Economic and Cultural Systems Course Road Map Topic Case Reading Articles; Chapter 1 Chapter 4 Chapter 2 Silvio Napoli WTO The Great Recession ECCO A/S Cola Wars Chapter 3 Chapter 5 Chapter 8 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 16 Global Markets Globalization Ethics Differences in political economy Culture Global Environment International Trade Regional Economic Integration Strategy of International Business Entering Foreign Markets Global HRM Knowledge Management & Development Global Management • • • • • • – – – * • • – – • • carmen •Make a .pdf file of the news article (Economist, Wall Street Journal, or Businessweek) •Select dropbox from the gray bar on the top of the page •Select the appropriate folder (by date) that you wish to add your submission to •The window to enter submissions is Thursday at 11:59pm each week. If you miss the deadline submit in the following week’s folder. •In the “comment” box, write your one paragraph analysis •Analyses should not just summarize the article but rather connect to the class concepts •If you don’t do this you won’t get credit •Click on “Add File” and upload the .pdf file document with the question on it •When you are finished entering your analysis in the comment box and uploading the .pdf file, click on the “submit” button. • • • • • • – – – • – – – • – • • • • – • • • http://studentaffairs.osu.edu/resource_csc.asp • • • • • • • • • • • • * What do you think of globalization? • • • • • – – – – – – • • • • • – – – – – * POPULATION Urban areas house half of all the world’s people, and continue to grow in both rich and poor countries. Economic Activity Economic activity—roughly estimated here using light-emissions data—is remarkably concentrated. Many cities, despite their large populations, barely register. PATENTS Just a few places produce most of the world’s innovations. Innovation remains difficult without a critical mass of financiers, entrepreneurs, and scientists, often nourished by world-class universities and flexible corporations. SCIENTIFIC CITATIONS The world’s most prolific and influential scientific researchers overwhelmingly reside in U.S. and European cities. • • ...
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