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Unit of study_

Chinese Institutions and Business - CEMS6006

Year - 2018

This unit uses an institutional economics approach to explain characteristic features of the Chinese economy, such as the prevalence of networks, local autonomy and organisational choice. Economic institutions are understood as the rules that inform the behaviour of corporations, governments at different levels as well as their complex interactions. Through the use of case studies, students develop an understanding of how the combination of endogenous and exogenous institutional change contributes to China's highly dynamic business environment.

Classes
1x2-hr seminar/week

Assessment
in-class exam (10%), class participation (10%), in-class role play (10%), group case report (30%), exam (40%)

Details

Faculty: Business (Business School)

Intensive October

24 Sep 2018

Department/School: Management Education
Study Mode: Block mode
Census Date: 31 Oct 2018
Unit of study level: Postgraduate
Credit points: 6.0
EFTSL: 0.125
Available for study abroad and exchange: No
Faculty/department permission required? No
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