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Lecture 1 GSBS6003 Globalisation-sz(1)

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  Lecture 1Course Introduction and Overview Course Coordinator/Lecturer: Dr Judith Zhu GSBS6003 Globalisation  Contact Details Email : Judith.zhu@newcastle.edu.auSubject: Class + name+ issue Blackboard website and email are the best modes of communication  Overview of lecture • Key definitions • Overview of the course, expectations and assessment tasks  Introduction to Globalisation After today   s mini-lecture, you should be able to: 1.Define globalisation and international business2.Outline the key concepts in international trade and investment3.Discuss why you should study international business4.Explain how international business differ from domestic business5.Identify who participates in international business  What is globalisation? For the economist, globalisation is essentially the emergence of a global market. For the historian, it is an epoch dominated by global capitalism. For the sociologist, globalisation at once underscores the celebration of diversity as well as the convergence of social preferences in matters of lifestyle and social values. For the political scientist, globalisation is the gradual erosion of state sovereignty. Muqtedar Khan
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