Research Seminar "Experts about Doing Business in/with Asia"
- - introduce the basics of international business and commerce in Asia
- - provide and analyze legal documentations
- - compare business cultures and etiquettes across Asia
- - master the art of negotiation
- - Have a strong knowledge of how international business work in terms of regional rules and conditions in Asian markets and bureaucracy
- - strengthen the abilities to discern reliable sources from unreliable ones
- - have an ability to calculate risks and limits of doing business and commerce with Asia
- - possess new practical tools with which to analyze the world
- 1 а.у. Week 1: “Understanding of Business and Commerce”
- 1 a.y. Week 2: “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”
- 1 a.y. Week 3: “Hard numbers”
- 1 a.y. Week 4: “Who wants to be a good businessman?”
- 1 a.y. Week 5: “Screw it, Let’s do it!”
- 2 a. y. Week 1: Political risk in a global business
- 2 a. y. Week 2: Digitalization of business processes in Asia
- 2 a. y. Week 3: Meeting with expert
- 2 a. y. Week 4: Final Essay
- Class ParticipationThe degree of involvement in the discussion is estimated - the number of correct and complete answers, based on the lecture materials. Students must be active in class.
- Individual tasksThe individual task is conducted in writing and oral form. Answers to questions should be expanded and well explained. Students should demonstrate the knowledge of the material covered, understanding of the main basics of business and its problems discussed during lectures and seminars Also, students should be able to examine main trends, advantages, and disadvantages of establishing different types of enterprises in Asian countries, to compare various opportunities to set up or to relocate business in this region. What is more, to get better understanding of the challenges of establishing or doing business in/ with Asia in order to gain greater ability to set up successful relationships with colleagues, clients and suppliers.
- Final ProjectVisibility, information content, compliance with the stated theme. The teacher evaluates the degree of argumentation and creativity; ability to make accurate calculations; the ability to find the solutions and consider business risks. Also, the teacher assesses the student's ability to build a logical-semantic setting; substantiate the main points; provide reliable sources and materials; select illustrative material corresponding to the subject matter; draw conclusions and interpret the conclusion.
- 2021/2022 4th module0.25 * Class Participation + 0.4 * Final Project + 0.35 * Individual tasks
- 2022/2023 2nd moduleFinal assessment for the course: 0.25 * In-class Participation + 0.35 *Individual Tasks + 0.40 * Final Project
- Haghirian, P. (2016). Routledge Handbook of Japanese Business and Management. Basingstoke: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1163631
- Paulet, E., & Rowley, C. (2017). The China Business Model : Originality and Limits. Cambridge, MA: Chandos Publishing. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=1144804
- Haghirian, P., & World Scientific (Firm). (2014). Case Studies In Asian Management. Singapore: World Scientific. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=661914