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Section 1 introduces the global business course and concludes with a chapter on seizing global opportunities.
Section 2 develops student knowledge about key facets of the global business environment.
Section 3 develops knowledge about how a student or organization can exploit opportunities in that global environment.
Section 4 is devoted to entrepreneurship in a flat world — this section will explore why the entrepreneurial context is changing, provide lenses for identifying and capitalizing on entrepreneurial opportunities.
Section 5 shows how key organizational activities can be managed for global effectiveness. Every chapter has five enumerated learning objectives, each of these five sections concludes with a short summary (”Key Takeaways“) and five review questions.
International Finance Theory and Policy develops a unified model of the international macroeconomy. The text provides detailed descriptions of major macroeconomic variables, covers the interest rate parity and purchasing power parity theories of exchange rate determination, takes an exhaustive look at the pros and cons of trade imbalances and presents the well-known AA-DD model to explore the effects of fiscal and monetary policy under both fixed and flexible exchange rates.
The models are developed, not by employing advanced mathematics, but rather by walking students through a detailed description of how a model's assumptions influence its conclusions. But more importantly, each model and theory is connected to real world policy issues.
This site has many different courses relating to business that are free to take. Each listing details the level of difficulty for the course, the time it takes to complete the course, and when the course was uploaded to the site.
This is a free self-paced course for those interested in pursuing their MBA (or really anyone who might want to learn more about leadership). In order to earn the certificate, you will have to pay to take the exam.
A collection of previously taught graduate and undergraduate courses from MIT that have free resources available online including lecture notes and videos, textbooks, and class assignment and project examples.