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Old and New Institutionalism(s) [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003
Stefano Bartolini, Adrienne Heritier
Second Semester, 2001-2002
This reading seminar is devoted to the institutionalist literature in the social sciences. The theme of institutions and the institutionalist approach is as old as social thinking is. The goal of the seminar is to critically review this recent literature development and also to evaluate how much in it is genuinely new in terms of substantive evidence and methodological approach.
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Open Economy Macroeconomics [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 17-08-2004
Charles Wyplosz
Summer 2003
Базовые учебники:
Burda, Michael and Charles Wyplosz "Macroeconomics: A European Text".
Gartner Manfred "Macroeconomics Under Flexible Exchange Rates".
Dornbusch Rudiger "Open Economy Macroeconomics".

Курс читается студентам магистратуры. Понимание материала требует знаний основных понятий платежного баланса (режимы, счета), а также базовой модели Манделла-Флеминга. В лекциях делается упор на изучение теоретических моделей. Эмпирическая часть оставляется для самостоятельного изучения студентом, для чего дается большое количество ссылок на статьи.

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Operations Management [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-01-2003
Peg Pennington
April, 2002
This course presents a general management perspective on the operations function in a business. It is concerned with how operations activities can best be designed and managed to support the strategic objectives of a business. It covers the basic areas of managerial decision-making in operations, including operations strategy, process improvement, quality management, and operations planning and control. The course is designed to place the management of operations in a strategic business context, and to support the increasingly competitive business environment faced by operations managers today.
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Operations Planning and Control Systems [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003
Bill Berry
2001
The course will present a general management perspective on the use of planning and control systems to manage the flow of material in operations. Operations planning and control is an integrative function in a business that is critical in linking the planning activities in many areas of the business, e.g. in marketing, operations, finance, and engineering.
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Operations Strategy and Design [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-01-2003
Mark A. Christobek
Jan, 2002
Business Management 731 provides the student with a managerial view of the design, assessment, and improvement of productive systems. Through this course the student will develop an understanding of the critical link between choices with respect to productive systems and success in the marketplace. The student will develop skills in matching product and process design with strategic objectives. The classroom experience will consist of a combination of discussion of the text, topical readings and cases along with lectures. Participation in discussions is an important part of the learning process and each student is expected actively. Adequate participation in discussion requires doing the assigned reading and case preparation BEFORE class.
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Organizational Behavior [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003
Patricia Matisz Smith
2002
Study of organizational behavior of individuals and the collective behavior of humans in organizations; emphasis on development of managerial skills, interpersonal communication, behavioral dimensions of decision making, motivation, leadership, and organizational development.
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Organizational Behavior [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003
Stewart D. Friedman
2002
This course is designed to familiarize you with the major challenges faced by managers of people in organizations, equip you with tools to diagnose and prescribe action for dealing with these challenges, and support the achievement of your career and personal life goals. The main emphasis is on how to drive human performance through authenticity, integrity, and innovation an approach called total leadership.
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Organizational Behavior [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 27-10-2003
Thomas Begley
In this course, main goals are: 1) to increase our knowledge of the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations and of the organizations themselves, 2) to develop the analytic skills necessary to apply behavioral concepts to the management of organizations and 3) to become more aware of our individual styles and to enhance interpersonal skills and abilities.
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Organizations and Global Competitiveness [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 19-11-2007
Gary Gereffi
There is much debate about how societies can develop and become more competitive in today's global economy. A basic premise of this course is that international competitiveness requires an understanding of the organization of markets, which may be viewed as a network of buying and supplying firms organized around the provision of finished goods and services. These organizational chains are increasingly global, and have complex and shifting governance structures that specify the power relations among the organizations in the chain. This framework reveals surprising facts about who controls global industries, which firms make the most money and why, and how new business capabilities are emerging that will determine the corporate leaders of tomorrow. Attention in the course will focus on the organizational dynamics of diverse global industries, and on the competitive strategies of their leading firms. The geographic spread of these industries encompasses North America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, Latin America, and Africa, both as production sites and markets. This course will expose students to current theories regarding international competitiveness; it will require students to retrieve and analyze original international trade data, and learn how to present this information effectively in tables, charts and graphs; and it will provide a team project experience in designing and evaluating global industry websites.
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