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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Courses

NBA 5911 Risk Management in Emerging Markets

Course description

(summer only) This course is only offered in the Summer Session.

This distance learning course will introduce students to the opportunities and market potential, as well as the challenges and risks of operating in emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, South Africa and many others. Students will learn about the various types of risk that businesses face when operating in these markets, and the major approaches to risk assessment and management. Through a combination of readings, lectures and case discussions students will gain practical skills in evaluating and assessing risk, and in developing business models and strategies that are suitable for success in emerging markets. Outcome 1: Analyze the opportunities and market potential of emerging markets. Outcome 2: Recognize the various types of risk that businesses face when operating in emerging markets, and discuss the major approaches to risk assessment and management. Outcome 3: Demonstrate practical skills in evaluating and assessing risk, and in developing business models and strategies that are suitable for success in emerging markets.

Johnson School students will not receive credit for summer or winter session courses offered through Continuing Education.

Classes

NBA 5911 001-LEC Online course

Number:1563
Class dates:June 25-July 13, 2018
Exam dates:Will be provided by instructor (see Final exams)
Days/times:online course
Credit:3
Grade:Student option
Instructor:Iankova, E. (eai1)
Max. enroll:15
Documents:NBA 5911 001-LEC syllabus (PDF format)
To enroll:To enroll, complete and submit a course enrollment form and your payment to the Summer Session office. For more information, see enrollment and registration. Please note that late registration fees may apply.
  This is an online course. Please review the online course FAQs.
Related:Cross-listed with AEM 3070 001-LEC

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