Born Global Companies
- Module Code:
- FHEQ Level:
- Year of study:
- Year 2
- Taught in:
- Term 2
The module will also explore comparative legal ethics and management values including the vast social implications such as zero- hour contracts embedded with some of the born global companies’ business.
The module will use contemporary case studies from SOAS regions, such as Japan, China, Korea, South-East Asia, Middle East, North and Sub-Saharan Africa and discuss them in the wake of some important theoretical concepts to gain an understanding of dynamic changes and skills in how to deal with them.
Objectives and learning outcomes of the module
At the end of this course students should be able to:
- Define, explain, and appropriately utilise key terms, models, concepts and theories as they pertain to the born global companies
- Discuss key management debates (including ethical issues), theoretical challenges, developments, tensions and contradictions within the born global businesses
- Management of fund raising
- Innovation and knowledge management
- Understanding how to deal with the dynamic changes and technological disruptions
- Understanding regional specificities and regional socio-cultural concepts, changes and challenges and its adaptation to the global context and their adaptation to global context
- Understand ethical concerns, regulatory compliance and securities laws for start ups
Scope and syllabus
Learning outcomes will be reached through the summative assessments, which includes tutorial discussions and debates, assignment and exam.