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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, Semester 141, Section 01

Instructor: Dr. Jameel Qazi
Office: B 24/ Room 110-1
Office Phone: 013-860-7555
Class Timings: Mondays and Wednesdays 13:10 – 14:25
Location: Building # 24, Room 178Office Hours: Mon & Wed 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (or by appointment)
Web Address:

|Please use electronic communication, whenever possible, for the efficiency and agility of our contact. You are welcome to stop by my |
|office, during the office hours, or make an appointment. |

Course Description:
This course provides an overview of the macro and micro factors that shape the environment within which the international manager operates. It includes an analysis of areas involved in managing business in an international environment. Areas of concentration will include political, legal, economic, cultural, and financial factors which influence doing business in a foreign country. Additional factors of human resource management and strategic planning will be discussed. To operate effectively, businesses must understand the differences between managing solely in a domestic environment compared to an international one.

The objectives of this course include developing a familiarity with the fundamental concepts and theoretical bases of global business. The primary objective is for students to cultivate the capabilities necessary to apply these theories and concepts to actual situations and events.

o Class discussions and readings will provide an understanding of the many factors that affect production, accounting, marketing, and financial responsibilities. It is expected that students will be able to adapt functional strategies to account for these constraints and opportunities.

o Another major goal is that, upon completion of the course, students should understand the differences between domestic and global business, and why those differences exist. Many are under the impression that there are innumerable differences between foreign and domestic business practices. Expanding internationally does require adaptation, but it is important to understand that the same basic business practices apply globally. The tasks are broader, but not necessarily different.

o Students will learn of opportunities and problems facing global managers today, which will reinforce discussions about the similarities and differences in performing certain business functions.

o Finally, to be a successful global manager, it is necessary to be adaptable and culturally sensitive. A goal is to expand cultural experience.

Variety of instructional tools including lectures, cases, exercises, interactive discussions and videotapes would be utilized to explore and understand various international business issues. This course has a strong emphasis in active student participation in all the class activities and discussions.

Required Text:
International Business: Environments and Operations, 13/E By John Daniels, Lee Radebaugh, and Daniel Sullivan

Class Participation:
You are expected to be an active participant and to make meaningful comments on the chapters, cases, supplementary readings and individual readings. Merely coming to class is not sufficient, as attendance is not participation. You should make an effort to attend classes and to be sufficiently prepared to contribute to class discussions in a meaningful way.

To obtain full participation marks you must demonstrate the following:

❖ Read and prepare the assigned chapter(s) and related materials before coming to class ❖ participate in class discussions ask questions and share opinions ❖ complete course work on time attend classes ❖ be punctual be attentive ❖ ask for help when needed, offer help when possible ❖ present self in a professional manner ❖ keep an open mind to new or different ideas and experiences ❖ utilize feedback to improve skills and knowledge development

Attendance is mandatory. You are responsible for what is covered in the class and any absence on your part leaves you responsible for finding out what was presented in class. You will benefit a lot from the course by doing problems and reviewing concepts that are covered in the class. A grade of "DN" will be given to students with more than six (6) unexcused absences. Only genuine official or medical excuses will be accepted within a week from the absence.

Cautions: ← A grade of "DN" will be given to students with more than six (6) unexcused absences. ← Too many excuses will lead to a poor evaluation in class participation and if a student’s cumulative absents and late are more than 10 for the whole semester this may lead to a zero in class participation. ← A student will be marked late if he comes to the class within first 10 minutes from the start time. Students coming after 10 minutes will be marked absent. ← A student who leaves the class without permission and is unable to return within 10 minutes will be marked absent. ← Please avoid visiting my office and asking for some unofficial excuses for personal matters.

Student Responsibilities: o Regular and prompt class attendance is an essential part of the educational experience. All students are expected to attend every class sharp on time. o Do not leave before the end of class unless necessary. o No late homework will be accepted. No makeup exams will be given. o Do and hand-in all assignments On Time. LATE assignments will not be accepted. o Please turn off mobile phones during all class activities.

Performance Evaluation:
Grades will be based on class attendance, class preparation and participation, assigned activities, quizzes and exams. Quizzes and exams will cover material in your textbooks and cases discussed in the class. The breakdown of overall grade points would be:

Class participation, attendance, conduct 10 % Quizzes 10 % Mid Term Exam 25% Homework/Cases/Assignments etc 15 % Term Project 10 % Final Exam 30 % ------------------------------------------------------------------------ TOTAL 100% ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Grading Scale

|Percentage |Grade |Grade Code |GPA (Out of 4.00) |
|95-100 |Exceptional |A+ |4.00 |
|90-less than 95 |Excellent |A |3.75 |
|85-less than 90 |Superior |B+ |3.50 |
|80-less than 85 |Very Good |B |3.00 |
|75-less than 80 |Above Average |C+ |2.50 |
|70-less than 75 |Good |C |2.00 |
|65-less than 70 |High Pass |D+ |1.50 |
|60-less than 65 |Pass |D |1.00 |
|Less than 60 |Fail |F |0.00 |

Assignments and Term project:

You would be working on individual as well as group assignments relevant to the topics discussed in the class. Details of the assignments would be circulated or announced in the class. It is your responsibility to take a note of assignment or homework requirements and return on due date. You are urged to regularly consult the course Blackboard for updates and new assignments.

Academic Integrity Policy:

Plagiarism: “to steal and pass off the ideas and words of another as one’s own” (Webster’s). Plagiarism - copied projects, case analysis fully or partially copied from instructor manual will lead to an F besides leaving a bad image. It is my obligation as an instructor to be certain that each student’s work is his own. Dishonesty, cheating and using work done by other people in such academic practices as assignments, examination, or other academic work cannot be condoned. I read all the assignments and projects and appreciate original work. Be accountable for the contributions you are to make in any team/group activities.

Use turnitin to make sure your work is not copied. Any report with more than 10% copied material from internet will not be graded.

Adhere to the "Standards of Academic Conduct" as outlined in article 38 of KFUPM study and examinations regulations: "Cheating or attempting to cheat or violating instructions and examination regulations shall render the offender subject to punishment in accordance with its implementation rules".


Schedule of Class Activities (Tentative)

Session Date Topic

1 – M 1 Sep Orientation – Syllabus, Class Polices etc.

2 – W 3 Sep Globalization and International Business

3 - M 8 Sep The Cultural Environments Facing Business

4 - W 10 Sep The Political and Legal Environments Facing Business

5 - M 15 Sep The Economic Environment

6 - W 17 Sep Globalization and Society

7 -M 22 Sep International Trade and Factor Mobility Theory

8 – W 24 Sep Governmental Influence on Trade

Mid Term Vacation

9 - M 13 Oct Cross –National Cooperation and Agreements QUIZ#1

10 - W 15 Oct Global Foreign Exchange and Capital Markets
11 - M 20 Oct The Strategy of International Business

12 - W 22 Oct The Strategy of International Business QUIZ#2

13 - M 27 Oct Case Discussion

14 –W 29 Oct Midterm Exam

15 – M 03 Nov Country Evaluation and Selection

16 - W 10 Nov Export and Import Strategies

17 - M 12 Nov Direct Investment and Collaborative Strategies
18 - W 17 Nov The Organization of International Business QUIZ#3

19 – M 19 Nov Marketing Globally

20 - W 24 Nov Marketing Globally

21 – M 26 Nov Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management

22 - W Dec 01 (Case Discussion)

23 - M Dec 03 International Human Resources Management

24 - W Dec 08 International Human Resources Management

25 - M Dec 10 International Accounting Issues

26 – W Dec 15 (Case Discussion) QUIZ# 4

27 - M Dec 17 The Multinational Finance Function

28- W Dec 22 Class Social

29- M Dec 24 Group Discussion

30- W Dec 29 Term Project Presentations

Final Exam: 7:00 to 9:00 PM. - Monday May 19, 2014


Case reports must be submitted as per the following format:
1. Title Page: Name of the Case Prepared by Course Number Date
2. Executive Summary
One half to one page summary of the issues involved and the strategy and recommendations must be included. 3. An analysis of the case on the basis of the questions given at the end of the case. Your analysis of each question must include the following:

Issues Involved Strategies to deal with those issues Recommendations with rationale
4. Papers are to be word-processed with correct grammar and punctuation. Information in the papers must be properly documented.
5. Guideline: Consult other business communication books on business reports and case writings.…...

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