- Program Tuition: $4,500 USD
- Program tuition includes course materials
This course is designed to provide students with a solid grasp of the socio-economic, business and political situation in China (with its challenges for China, the rest of the world and the planet).
It will identify the multicausality conducive to the achievements and the performance of China (a “Chinese Renaissance”) while assessing some of the important issues faced by China today.
The dysfunctions brought by success will be discussed with their implications for foreign partners operating in China. Learning will be drawn from recent examples of corporate behavior in China and from Chinese strategies outside China.
From the course and with a prospective perspective – we will explore alternative strategic approaches and responsible management practices likely to make less difficult the maintenance of a sustainable, mutually rewarding interdependence between China and the rest of the world. The course will rely upon different pedagogical methods and use a number of recent cases and research results.