MGT 401 - Global Strategy and Trade

 

 

Objective and Overview

This year's Oxford course, held at St. Peter's College, Oxford University, will be a 12-day intensive program on the multi-dimensional aspects of global strategy and trade.  The focus is on formulating and implementing global strategies in the context of evolving legal, political and trade environments in the dramatically changing global marketplace.  Current trade developments and strategic issues in the European Union will be emphasized.  The program includes guest lecturers, field trips to local firms, and a variety of cultural and social events.

Prerequisites

Approval from the EMP program advisor. 

Who should take this course?

Students wishing to develop an understanding of the political, economic, and legal dimensions of globalization as they impact strategy formulation and international trade.

An information session will be held.  Costs of the program will be discussed along with other issues.

Resources

A course pack will be mailed by the end of April.  No textbook is required.

Basis for Evaluation

Grades depend on individual assignments from Professor de Kluyver (30%), Professor Pilafidis (30%), and a final group presentation/project (40%).

 

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