MUSF HUM 2202
This course is designed to give students an introduction to the global financial environment
in which the multinational enterprise exists. This includes the goal and structure of corporate
governance, with a brief history from the days of the classical gold standard to present time.
In addition, students will learn why firms become multinational, where they choose to locate,
and how they determine their modes of foreign involvement. Finally, this course shows
students how to adjust for country-specific risks arising from cultural and institutional
differences, also that global risks arise from terrorism activities, the current anti-globalization
movement, environmental concern, poverty, and cyber attacks.
The Shareholder Wealth Maximization Model
The Stakeholder Capitalism Model
Intercultural Management MAN2201 ECO 1201 Microéconomie HUM 1205 Histoire économique et sociale
Geopolitics, International Affairs, politics, Governance, strategy
Group Project Presentation and Report = 50%
Case Study and Problems Solving Exam = 50%
TEDx Talks and Problems Solving