Instructor: Prof. Werner Antweiler
Readings

[handshake]Book: Elements of Multinational Strategy by Keith Head, Springer: 2008. This book is available in print (e.g., from the UBC Bookstore) or online via SpringerLink for UBC students (click on the above link for the PDF file). The material covered in this course follows chapters 6-9 and 11-13 in Professor Head's book closely. To access the online version, make sure that you are connecting from a UBC domain or through the UBC virtual private network (myVPN.ubc.ca).

Newspaper Articles: You are required to read and prepare assigned articles and cases in advance of the class in which the articles are discussed. Most URLs on this web page provide direct links to the resources as some newspapers and magazines offer limited but free access. Other URLs involve authentication through UBC's EZproxy. If you encounter problems accessing an article, please contact the instructor. Alternative access is available through ProQuest for The Economist magazine and the The New York Times newspaper.

Entry Modes Multinational Formation International Taxation International Market Adaptation Intellectual Property Rights Country Risk International Human Resources International Business Ethics

Lecture Notes: Lecture notes are handout versions of the presentation slides with Get Acrobat Reader space for annotations. All lecture notes are in PDF. To view PDF files please use the free Acrobat Reader, available for download from the Adobe web site. Access to lecture notes for my course is restricted to students enrolled in this course. If you prefer using an iPad to read lecture notes, I recommend that you use GoodReader for iPad because this application allows you to annotate PDF files. Unfortunately, GoodReader is not free; it costs $4.99. To access the lecture notes, please click on the Log In button in the menu above.
 
Video Files: In addition to lecture notes, the course management system also provides access to video files for the team project presentations. Video files are published in MP4 format. If your default Windows media player does not play MP4 video files, pelase download the free VLC media player. Mac users should use QuickTime.

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