IB_200_Fall_2011_Syllabus

IB_200_Fall_2011_Syllabus - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 200 Fall...

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 200 Fall 2011 Instructor Sachin Tuli Lecturer, International Business 4118 Grainger Office Phone: 608-263-2160 tuli@bus.wisc.edu Office Hours: Wednesdays, 9:45-11:45 a.m., 4118 Grainger, or by appointment Teaching Assistants Boryana Georgieva georgieva@wisc.edu Office Hours: Thursdays, 4:00-6:00 p.m., 1290 Grainger Elena Radukhina radyukhina@wisc.edu Office Hours: Fridays, 8:45-10:45 a.m., 1290 Grainger Ankushh Soni apsoni@wisc.edu Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:20-3:20 p.m., 1290 Grainger Goal Technology, privatization, deregulation, and growth of a mass culture are among the factors that drive global business today. This survey course aims to introduce the student to the key concepts necessary to understand the functioning of global markets and the inherent issues managers face in planning and executing international business strategies. Website The IB 200 website is available at https://courses.bus.wisc.edu/ You will need to login with your UW Net ID and password. This syllabus, lecture presentations (saved as PDF files), discussion section slides, readings (besides the Hill Chapters) and assignments will be available on the website. Note: - Files may open up in a new browser window or application (for instance, Adobe Reader) so make sure to check your browser settings or other open applications if you are having trouble downloading or viewing files. - Clear cookies and cache on your browser regularly or you may not see the most recently updated files or site content. Required Materials Charles W. L. Hill, Global Business Today, McGraw-Hill Irwin, 7e (paperback), 2010 You may be required to purchase a case for the Team Project at a cost of approximately $4. Details and purchase instructions will be shared with you during the semester. Additional Readings and Web Activities Throughout the semester, newspaper and periodical articles and/or web-based activities or material will be assigned and accessible through the course website. These assignments will constitute a portion of weekly lecture and discussion activities and the content is likely to appear on examinations.
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Class Timing Lecture 1: 12:05 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays 1100 Grainger Lecture 2: 1:20 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays 2080 Grainger Discussion: Per Registration IB 200 will meet outside of the scheduled lecture and discussion times on occasion: Midterm Monday, October 24 7:15 p.m. Location <TBD> Final Exam Saturday, December 17 5:00 p.m. Location <TBD> Discussion Sections The purpose of discussion section is to 1.) review lecture material, 2.) introduce and have class discussions
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