INBA 4870 Multinationals and the Third World
3 semester hours
This course examines business activity by multinationals corporations in Third World countries focusing on conventional theory and practices of multinational enterprise, user-friendly shareholder wealth maximization, multinational finance, and corporate ethics. Issues of analysis include technology transfer, institutional arrangements, entry strategy and entry options, host country bargaining power, shareholder wealth maximization, workplace protection, financing decisions, direct foreign investment, and business ethics.
(See FNCE 4470 .)
Prerequisites: BADM 1040 with a grade of C (2.0) or better, FNCE 3410 , INBA 3810 .