KV27 Doing Business in Wider Europe 6 op
KV202257, Kansainvälinen liiketoiminta, Turun kauppakorkeakoulu
The EU together with its neighbours account for around 20-25% of the global economy and the global trade. The EU regulation, the Brexit and the EU?s economic cooperation with its neighbours shape the future business in Wider Europe. The course gives an overview of the economic foundations, the foreign economic relations and the business environment of the key economies in Wider Europe. Representatives of the European governments and several companies present their views and experiences on doing business in Wider Europe. In addition to lectures, the course contains an analytical case study (a course work) on some major international corporation doing business in the region.
After completing the course, a student has gained a comprehensive understanding on the economic foundations and the business environment of the several key economies in Wider Europe, such as France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, and their main business cultural features and business etiquette. Through an independent course work, a student learns how to conduct a company analysis on major corporations doing business in Wider Europe. Several visitors from the business community and the state administration deepen the student?s knowledge how to do business in the region.
Written exam, exercises and participation in classroom work.
Intensive course: lectures 16h (Liuhto + guest lecturers). **Spring semester 2021, period III (11 January - 21 February 2021)** The course is arranged as integrated into degree studies and lectures take place during the day (Mon-Fri, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m). Please check the course timetables from [the study guide of Turku School of Economics](https://opas.peppi.utu.fi/fi/opintojakso/KV202257/21343?period=2020-2022), choose Toteutukset/Implementations. Lectures are organised at Turku School of Economics (Rehtorinpellonkatu 3) **Exam** Course includes a compulsory exam. Exams are taken electronically through the Electronic Exam service. E-exam reservation can be made 30 days before exam. E-exam rooms are located in Turku, Pori, Rauma. More information about e-exams: https://utuguides.fi/examstudents
The final grade of the course is based on the exam (40%), the course work (40%) and active participation in the lectures (20%). A student is obliged to attend at least 50% of the lectures.
Doing Business in Europe Third Edition (selected chapters to be informed in the beginning of the course) by Gabriele Suder and Johan Lindeque [Doing business in the European Union](https://www.doingbusiness.org/content/dam/doingBusiness/media/Profiles/Regional/DB2019/EU.pdf) [Doing business in Russia](https://assets.kpmg/content/dam/kpmg/ru/pdf/2019/07/ru-en-doing-business-in-russia-2019.pdf) [Doing business in Turkey](https://www.doingbusiness.org/content/dam/doingBusiness/country/t/turkey/TUR.pdf)
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- Kevät 2021
Turun yliopisto, Turku
[Education manager Merja Brunnsberg]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot) [Student services secretary Elina Iso-Ilomäki]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot) avoin-tse[at]utu.fi
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Payment for studies should be paid within 24 hours after the registration using online bank or otherwise the registration is cancelled. In case an online net bank payment is not possible, the student must contact Student Services Secretary in advance before registration (we charge 15 euros extra for paper invoice).