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Course Objectives
This required course aims to explore the international business(IB) strategy of firms in the face of increasingly fierce international competition. This course is divided into three parts.

The first part focuses on the concept and the environment on IB. The model of national competitiveness is applied in analysing the national environment.

The second part is the in-depth discussion of various types of IB activities such as trade, technology transfer, foreign construction, foreign direct investment, and foreign resource development. The purpose of this part is to help understand the realistic and institutional aspect of internationalization.

The third part is about functional areas of IB such as international production, international marketing, international finance, and international organization to investigate influence of internationalization on each functional area of the firm.


Class Schedule
WEEK 01   Orientation and the Concept of IB(International Business)
WEEK 02   Globalization and Competitiveness of Korean Company
WEEK 03   New Trade Theory
WEEK 04   Environment of IB-1
WEEK 05   Environment of IB-2 (Special Seminar)
WEEK 06   Global Strategy
WEEK 07   Trade Theory
WEEK 08   Mid-term exam
WEEK 09   Foreign Direct Investment
WEEK 10   Technology Transfer / Foreign Resource Development
WEEK 11   International Joint Venture and Strategic Alliance
WEEK 12   International Production / R & D
WEEK 13   International Marketing
WEEK 14   International Organization / HR
WEEK 15   International Finance / Accounting
WEEK 16   Future of IB / Final Exam
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Assessment
Attendance and participation in class discussion(10%)
Exam(Mid-term 20%, Final 40%), Report(30%)
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Main Text
Sea-jin, Chang, "Global Business Management," 3rd ed, 2000.
Sea-jin, Chang, "Cases in Global Business Management," 1999.
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References

Charles W. L. Hill, "International Business," IRWIN, New Version.
Dong-sung Cho, "International Business," 3rd. ed., 1999.
Additional texts will be distributed during class hours.