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INBM 107

This course introduces students to the concepts and practices of international entrepreneurship, encompassing creativity and innovation to create value in the global marketplace.  Students will gain critical understanding of the economic, financial, political, legal, social, and cultural environment of the global economy in which they learn to develop entrepreneurial skills. The course analyzes why "going global" has become an integral part of business strategies for many companies, and discusses implications of increased global integration for business practices. The course examines practical applications of international entrepreneurship including starting one's own global business, working as a global manager for an SME or a large MNC in the private sector, or in the non-profit or government sectors.