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Competition and Strategy in Asia/Pacific - MGSM857

This unit is subject to a quota. Limited places are available. Please refer to the Faculty for further information

This unit is concerned with the dynamics of firm and industry competition within one of the most significant regions of the world economy, the Asia-Pacific. The unit takes the perspective of firms active in the region, both as multinational companies operating businesses in the region (otherwise known as global incumbents), and as successful firms emerging from the region who are, or who aim in time to become ‘global challengers’ in the world market. The unit introduces conceptual frameworks to make sense of global approaches to strategy in emerging economies as well as to within country contexts such as national cultures, management philosophies, national competitive advantages and institutional voids.

Credit Points: 4
When Offered:

Term 3 North Ryde - June to September

Term 3 Hong Kong - Offshore students only

Staff Contact(s):

MGSM850 Prerequisite Information


Unit Designation(s):
Assessed As: Graded
Offered By:

Department of Management

Faculty of Business and Economics

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