Managing International Risk (IBUS6003)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit introduces students to the multi-level risk environments encountered by multinational enterprise and the processes and strategies that can be employed to identify, assess, manage and mitigate risk. Topics covered include multinational enterprise and expropriation, sovereign risk and corruption, political and regulatory risk, brand and corporate reputation risk management, managing anti-globalization protests and consumer boycotts, terrorism risk, and executive risk and risk management and a short introduction to financial risk and risk management. The unit also introduces the various analytical approaches involved in designing risk identification systems, reporting and monitoring protocols, and how risk is able to be assessed, prioritized and effectively managed. The unit emphasizes a problem case based approach to learning using workshops and simulation exercises.
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Further unit of study information
1x 3hr lecture/seminar per week
international risk analysis 1 (20%), international risk analysis 2 (30%), risk management proposal (20%), final exam (30%)
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