DBA 822 Strategy and International Business
Covers the theory and practice of developing and implementing strategies for gaining competitive advantage in the global business environment. Students will master the theoretical body of knowledge in the fields of strategic management and international business. In the process of the study of this theoretical work, they will also consider a variety of empirical approaches used to research the international competitive strategy process. They will explore the accelerating globalization of industries, regionalization of competition, and the institutional contexts that both facilitate and impede the formation and implementation of strategies globally. They will also consider such emerging topics as organizational change, competitive dynamics, development of firm resources and capabilities, sustainable competitive advantage, regional approaches to competitive strategy and the formation of new organizational forms such as strategic alliances and inter-firm networks.
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