Get Guided BUSN 427 Entire Course Week 1 – 8


Get Guided BUSN 427 Entire Course Week 1-8


BUSN 427 Week 1 Assignment: Case Analysis Panasonic
BUSN-427 Week 1 Discussion 1 – Identifying Global Business Opportunities
BUSN 427 Week 1 Discussion 2 – Differences in Political Economy and Culture

BUSN-427 Week 2 Assignment: Case Analysis White Collar Jobs
BUSN 427 Week 2 Discussion 1 – Ethics in International Business
BUSN 427 Week 2 Discussion 2 – Theory and Political Economy in International Trade

BUSN-427 Week 3 Assignment: Case Analysis CEMEX
BUSN 427 Week 3 Discussion 1 – FDI and Political Ideology
BUSN 427 Week 3 Discussion 2 – Regional Economic Integration

BUSN-427 Week 4 Course Project 1 Burlington Coat Factory
BUSN 427 Week 4 Discussion 1 – Foreign Exchange Markets—PPP
BUSN 427 Week 4 Discussion 2 – The International Monetary System—IMF

BUSN-427 Week 5 Assignment: Case Analysis P&G
BUSN 427 Week 5 Discussion 1 – Strategies of International Business
BUSN 427 Week 5 Discussion 2 – Entering Foreign Markets

BUSN-427 Week 6 Assignment: Case Analysis Boeing 787
BUSN 427 Week 6 Discussion 1 – Exporting, Importing, and Countertrade
BUSN 427 Week 6 Discussion 2 – Global Production, Outsourcing, and Logistics

BUSN-427 Week 7 Course Project 2 Burlington Coat Factory(Opening a store in Denmark)
BUSN 427 Week 7 Discussion 1 – Global Marketing and R & D
BUSN-427 Week 7 Discussion 2 – Global Human Resource Management

BUSN 427 Week 8 Final Peer Review
BUSN-427 Week 8 Final Exam

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Multiple Choice 

  1. Question: (TCO 1) What organization protested in Seattle in 1999?
  2. Question: (TCO 2) According to Francis Fukuyama, the collapse of communism in eastern Europe was followed by which of the following?
  3. Question: (TCO 3) Which language is most widely spoken throughout the world?
  4. Question: (TCO 3) Which theory deals with a competitive advantage for countries?
  5. Question: (TCO 4) In the last 30 years, the world economy has seen
  6. Question: (TCO 5) Chile is included in which of the following regional integration organizations?
  7. Question: (TCO 6) When a firm engages in hedging it is


  1. Question: (TCO 8) What are the three staffing policies available to a multinational corporation?
  2. Question: (TCO 8) In distribution strategy, what are the four main differences between countries?
  3. Question: (TCO 3) India’s caste system has been around for many years. Explain why its influence has diminished among educated urban middle-class Indians.
  4. Question: (TCO 3) In 2006, two Chinese journalists reported that the working conditions at Hongfujin Precision Industries where Apple’s iPods are produced were substandard. According to the report, not only were workers at the plant poorly paid but they were also forced to work overtime. Apple immediately responded to the allegations and audited the factory in question………..Discuss the implications of this for other Chinese companies.
  5. Question: (TCO 3) Exports are largely responsible for China’s recent rapid economic growth. The country, capitalizing on its cheap labor force, has focused on converting raw materials into products that are exported to developed countries such as the United States. In 2008, China’s trade surplus was a record $280 billion, and its holdings of foreign exchange reserves were over $1.95 trillion. Some critics have suggested that China is following a neo-mercantilist policy. Are the claims that China is following a neo-mercantilist policy valid? Why or why not?
  6. Question: (TCO 4) Telefonica is a Spanish telecommunications firm. For decades, Telefonica had operated as a typical state-owned enterprise, but privatization and deregulation changed that path in the 1990s. Telefonica began to aggressively pursue expansion opportunities in Latin America where it quickly became the number one or two player in nearly every country……..? Why was it slower to expand in Europe even though Spain is a member of the European Union?
  7. Question: (TCO 7) Why did the world shift from a gold standard to fixed exchange rates?
  8. Question: (TCO 5) Concerning European Union’s progress toward creating a single financial market, the quest started in 1999 was to have been completed by 2005, however, progress has been slowed by various factors related to the tradition of each member country operating autonomously………What are the benefits of creating a single financial market in the European Union for companies? Does it make sense for consumers?
  9. Question: (TCO 6) In the 1980s, Caterpillar was negatively affected by a strong dollar and lost significant market share to Japanese competitor Komatsu. The situation prompted Caterpillar to revise its global strategy and by the 2000s, the company was in a much better position to deal with volatile currency values. More recently, a strong dollar has actually helped boost Caterpillar’s bottom line. In the 1980s, a stronger dollar hurt Caterpillar’s competitive position, but in 2008 a stronger dollar did not seem to have the same effect. What had changed?
  10. Question: (TCO 7) In May 2001, the IMF agreed to lend $8 billion to Turkey to help stabilize its economy and halt a sharp slide in the value of its currency. Although initially, the Turkish government resisted IMF mandates on economic policy, in 2003 the government passed an austerity budget. By 2005, significant progress had been made and today, the country appears to be on track for recovery, with lower inflation rates, an increase in privatization, and a budget surplus. What led to Turkey’s financial crisis? What goals did the IMF establish as part of the loan agreement?
  11. Question: (TCO 8) MD International is an export intermediary for U.S. medical equipment manufacturers. The company has been able to capitalize on falling trade barriers, as well as expand healthcare programs in the Latin American region. MD International currently represents more than 30 companies and sells to some 600 regional distributors. How does an intermediary such as MD International create value for the manufacturers who use it to sell medical equipment in foreign markets? Why do they want to use MD International rather than export directly themselves?
  12. Question: (TCO 8) Boeing made the decision to outsource much of the production of the 787 in the hopes of significantly reducing the time to get the product to market. Boeing also anticipated that its outsourcing strategy would allow it to generate additional sales from the countries that were partners in the process and reduce………..What are the potential risks? Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
  13. Question: (TCO 8) By 2015, Ford hopes to compete in North America, Europe, and Asia by offering several global models including the Fiesta, the Fusion, and the Mondeo. The company, which refers to its new strategy as One Ford, anticipates that its global models will share the same components and looks and be positioned in a similar way in each market in which they are sold. What is behind Ford’s One Ford vision? What is the company hoping to accomplish with this strategy?

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