MGMT 3030 3.00

Level Undergraduate
Department MANAGEMENT - ROOM SSB N305, 416-736-2100 X 77960 fax 416-736-5687
Description This course examines the role of firms and entrepreneurs in the creation of the global economy over the past two centuries. Based on a historical perspective, the course addresses many contemporary issues related to globalization: the opportunities and problems of operating abroad, the role of governments in attracting and controlling foreign investment, the contribution of multinationals to growth and prosperity. Note: Open only to students in year 3 or year 4.