The World Economy

Course Code
WMBA 512
2.25 hours
  • Winter 20
  • Winter 21

The World Economy --- The march of globalization continues, and international markets are pivotal to the operations of virtually all corporations. As companies intensity their international presence, the need to understand the economic and political challenges associated with the global environment increases. Such challenges are the focus of this course. We will explore the theories and concepts that are crucial to understanding the global location and structure of industries, the politics of trade and investment, and the impact of globalization on firm strategy. Various learning methods are used in the course, including in-class lectures, discussion of current events in the world economy, and case analysis.

Taught By
Yue Maggie Zhou
  • Associate Professor of Strategy
Maggie's research interest is in the area of strategy, with a special focus on corporate strategy, competitive strategy, institutional strategy and...