The lecture offers an introduction to theories and concepts of international management with a strong connection to practical examples and case studies. Topics include various aspects of internationalization and international organizations, such as drivers of internationalization, market entry strategies, the role of heterogeneous national contexts, and relationships with partner firms across borders.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to…
- demonstrate a profound knowledge of theories and concepts of international management.
- identify and define options of actions and strategies for internationalization and international activities of organizations.
- understand and apply tools and measures important for the international activity of organizations.
- critically discuss these theoretical approaches, concepts and tools.
The lecture will be held in English.