The module explores international business and addresses the complexities of the issues surrounding it. The module covers key theories of trade and investment and provides a directed path through centuries of thought on why and how trade and investment across borders occur.
The module also covers the migration of manufacturing from developed nations to developing countries and the recent process of “backshoring”, discusses the highly charged issue of efficiency driven international factories and reflects upon some of the political divisiveness that affects trade issues. There will be used digital tools for interaction.
The objective is that the student after the module possesses the necessary knowledge on:
The objective is that the student after the module possesses the necessary skills in:
The objective is that the student after the module possesses the necessary competences in:
For information see § 17.
|Name of exam||International Business|
|Type of exam|
Written examIndividual examination.
All written and all electronic aids
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures|
|Study Board||Study Board of Economics and Business Administration|
|Department||AAU Business School|
|Faculty||Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities|