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International Business in Emerging Markets, D-level, 7,5 ECTS, Autumn Term, 2009

 L     Date              Time          Contents                                       Literature
 L1    09.11.09      13:15--16:00      Introduction                                   Course plan
 L2    16.11.09      13.15 – 15.00     The business systems of Asia                   Chapter, 1
 L3    18.11.09      13.15 – 15.00     Technology development in Asia                 Chapter, 3
 L4    20.11.09      13.15 – 15.00     Culture and business in Asia                   Chapter, 5
 L5    23.11.09      10.15 – 12.00     Asian leadership                               Chapter, 6
 L6    24.11.09      10.15 – 12.00     The role of business in Asian living and       Chapter, 7
                                       working conditions
 L7    25.11.09      13.15 – 15.00     Varieties of Asian Business Systems            Chapters, 8-17
                                       (selection)
 S1    30.11.2009    08:15-- 17:00     Project Planning Seminar                       Students Project Plan
 L8    07.12.09      10.15 – 12.00     Strategic Alliances                            Chapter, 2
 L9    09.12.09      10.15 – 12.00     Eastern and Central Europe                     Chapter, 4
 L10   10.12.09      10.15 – 12.00     Alliances in Fast-Adapting Countries           Chapter, 6
 L11   10.12.09      13.15 – 15.15     Alliances in Slow-Adapting Countries           Chapter, 8
 S2    08.01.10      08:15-17.00       Final Project Seminar                          Students Written Reports

Lecture 1 is an introduction to the course based on the course plan. Lectures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are
based on the book Asian Business & Management – Theory, Practice and Perspectives, edited
by Hasegawa, Harukiyo and Noronha, Carlos (2009). Lectures 8, 9, 10 and 11 are based on the
book Strategic Alliances in Eastern and Central Europe by Akmal Seyed Hyder and Desalegn
Abraha (2003).