Curriculum_Understanding GEBE_2010(2)

Curriculum_Understan - UNIVERSITY OF NATIONAL AND WORLD ECONOMY NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY JOINT MSC DEGREE IN EUROPEAN BUSINESS AND FINANCE

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UNIVERSITY OF NATIONAL AND WORLD ECONOMY NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY JOINT MSC DEGREE IN EUROPEAN BUSINESS AND FINANCE C U R R I C U L U M ON ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE: UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL AND EUROPEAN BUSINESS ENVORONMENT /in English/ AUTHORS : ASSOC. .PROF. IVAN STOYCHEV, PH.D, ASSISTANT PROF. SVETLA BONEVA, PH.D DEPARTMENT INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS, UNIVERSITY FOR NATIONAL AND WORLD ECONOMY, SOFIA, BULGARIA / Name and title, current employment, current position / DATE: 20/10/2010 SOFIA
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ANNOTATION 1. Purpose of the subject The purpose is to gain insight in the “new” European business environment. The course will provide an introduction to some of the key issues in international business, with particular reference to the European Union and the single market, competition policy, the European workforce and the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe. 2. Background studies : A one-year sequence of courses in micro and macroeconomics. 3. Description of the academic program content In Part 1 “The EU and the Single Market” provides an example of economic and political integration that reflects trends in regions of the world. In Part 2 “International Business Environment” a more global approach examines trade relations and political integration between Europe and other blocs (US, the Pacific area). Theoretical input includes Porter on national competitive advantages and the functional versus federal views of EU integration. 4. Language of instruction English METHOD/STRATEGY OF INSTRUCTION : 1. Strategy for education Interactive sessions: lectures, debate, case studies, video documents Each meeting will consist of two parts. In part II, which is after the break, students will be presented with a new topic by means of a short PowerPoint presentation or documentary. This will be followed by a preliminary discussion and some questions the students should think about and research. Part I of the next meeting will consist of presentations and a debate on the topic that was introduced in the meeting before. Here the students present their interpretation of the readings and discuss specific questions
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course FINANCE 104 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Abilene Christian University.

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Curriculum_Understan - UNIVERSITY OF NATIONAL AND WORLD ECONOMY NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY JOINT MSC DEGREE IN EUROPEAN BUSINESS AND FINANCE

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