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|STRT 604 - China: Econ, Politics&Business|
How to achieve corporate success in contemporary China? The Chinese business environment is undergoing rapid change, as the country shifts from an economy driven by export and investment to one based on domestic consumption and technological innovation. In this highly dynamic environment, what are the opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurs? In particular, how do foreign entrepreneurs succeed in today's China? In this course, we will examine topics including how Chinese political institutions shape the market, how state-owned enterprises evolve into modern corporations, how private firms operate in domestic and global markets, and how digitization reshapes and reboots the Chinese economy. In the process, we will discuss how foreign entrepreneurs can maneuver the complex economic, political, and social landscapes of China, how they can benefit from the expansion of the China's service and technological sectors, and how they can navigate globalization and de-globalization.
This course is designed for students who are generally interested in emerging economies, market reforms, business-government relations, international business, and the rise of technology in developing countries. No prior knowledge about China's business environment is required.
1.500 Credit hours
1.500 Lecture hours
Levels: MN or MC Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Must be enrolled in one of the following Degrees:
Master of Business Admin.
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