Course Code: 
BAM 2208
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

The increasing concern about threats to the conducting of international business in the environment is a significant factor that warrants operational and strategic adjustments to cope with the new environmental laws and regulations. Multinational companies are expected to operate under an environmental ethic beyond simply what the law requires. This course incorporates environmental ethics and analysis into the traditional core subjects of international business courses and references a wide body of literature that can be utilized. ObjectivesTo provide students with a broad and deep understanding of the external drivers of change and the opportunity and challenges presented to businesses operating in an international context, including the macroeconomic & regulatory factors in which concepts like globalisation have to be examined and managed. A specific focus will be on understanding the global business environment. 

Learning Outcomes: 

A Knowledge and understanding

  • Key theories, concepts, principles and means of economic change as a framework for analyzing the international business environment
  • Understanding of consumption, production, exchange and distribution in international business relations
  • Knowledge and understanding of the European business
  • environment of firms; the implications of Single Market policies and
  • environmental legislation
business environment
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