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2005-2006 School of Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog 
2005-2006 School of Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BUA 523 - International Global Management

The accelerating process of globalization necessitates an understanding of the economic systems of nations. Various economic systems will be compared, described, and analyzed. Attention will be given to the opposition between capitalist and socialist economies. Why do economies and financial systems behave the way they do? How did nations get to where they are now? Can we predict where they are going? We will also consider the global system as a dependent and an independent variable. What determines its characteristics – technology, financial markets, central banks, politics, culture, and geography? How does it determine international trade, strategic alliances, or capital flows?

(Cr 3)