Management in Japan and Korea: Domestic and International Developments
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- Year 1
This module will provide students with a firm understanding of key elements relating to the development of the economies and hence the management environment of Japan and Korea, from an international management perspective. Taking a multidisciplinary approach, students will study a wide range of relevant topics from such disciplines as economics, international trade, human resources and business management. Topics covered include the economic, historical, geographical, demographic and political background of the economies of Japan and Korea, responses made to the economic problems of the past 20 years, responses to the emergence of China, diversity management and gender equality, creative industries and case studies.
Objectives and learning outcomes of the module
On successful completion of this module a student will be able to:
- Acquire a firm understanding of the key elements of the economies of Japan and Korea from an international management perspective
Method of assessment
This module is assessed by two essays worth 15% each and 70% by one three hour examination.