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 CODE    
 693ITR
 YEAR   
 MME3
 ECTS CREDITS 4
 LANGUAGE   
 English
 AVERAGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS 30
 SEMESTER    
 1 & 2
 CONTACT HOURS 15 HOURS
 STUDY TIME 50 HOURS

 
COURSE OBJECTIVES :

  • To develop participants awareness of the stakes involved in international trade and the choices that companies must make in their development
  • To aid participants acquire a technical knowledge of the issues related to international trade
  • To develop students awareness of the different types of international development as well as the risks involved

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION :

  • Objectives in the internationalisation of a firm
  • Strategic Issues and International Strategic Activity
  • Globalisation and the international environment  
  • International development and the project based approach
  • Types of international  development : joint ventures &international contracts
  • Analysis of International Structures and Organizations prevailing in the International Trade Management
  • From Commercial Contract to International Alliances. The various levels of international development for companies
  • An approach to inter/multi and plurinational management
  • Completion of an international joint venture project
  • Preparation and completion of a cross cultural negotiation

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY :
LANGEFELD & WIRTH (1999). “Les Joint-Ventures internationales“. GLN Joly Editions
TAYEB M. (eds.), (2000). “International Business”. Prentice Hall
BUCKLEY P. and GHAURI P. (1999). “The Internationalisation of the Firm”. (eds), (2nd Ed.). Academic Press
MCGRAW-HILL (2002). “International Business“. Ball et al
G. et al (2002). “International Marketing and Export Management” (4th Ed). Prentice-Hall. Album
CZINKOTA M. and RONKAINEN I. (2001). “Best Practices in International Business”. Harcourt

BIBLIOGRAPHY: www.cyberlibris.com
HINKELMAN, EDWARD G.MANSERGH, GILBERT (2002). “A Short Course in International Trade Documentation”. World Trade Press
CHOI Eun Kwan, HARRIGAN James (2004). ”Handbook of International Trade, Volume I”. Blackwell Publishing

PEDAGOGICAL METHODOLOGY :  
lecture, tutorials, situational negotiation

ASSESSMENT :    
Tests :
Participation :
Written course work :30 %
Viva : 30 % (Cross cultural negotiation)
Final exam :40 %

 
 
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