Theoretical and comparative empirical perspectives on the roles of state and business in the development of emerging markets, sociopolitical frameworks of economic reform, and the impact of business strategies on development.
This course is important for the undergraduate IB Major because it serves as an elective under the thematic category of the program in which 3 - 6 credit hours are required, and delves into the most pressing problem of emerging market societies, namely market development. By learning to view the local context from the perspective of domestic policy-makers in developing economies, students will be more effective at doing business in such places.
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It needs work on the pre-requisites
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