Course - International Business Models - AE511917
AE511917 - International Business Models
Lessons are not given in the academic year 2020/2021
- Describe how international business models emerge and the variety of existing business models
- Explain the importance of business models and business model innovation with respect to value creation
- Analyze and evaluate currently used business models
- Modify existing international business models as a method of differentiating the business
- Develop new business models with the aim of creating increased value and competitive advantage
Learning outcome - Knowledge
- Have a thorough knowledge of the latest theoretical and practical advancements in the field of International Business Models.
- Have knowledge and understanding of cross-disciplinary theories regarding business models.
- Have knowledge of current research trends and methodological issues with respect to international business models.
Learning outcome - Skills
- Be able to critically analyze various sources of information related to international business models and use such information to find new solutions and to deal with challenges.
- Be able to analyze existing theories and models in the field of international business models and link them to real life situations.
- Be able to develop scholarly understanding of the field by using relevant research methods, and be able to deal with methodological issues and challenges in carrying out such research.
Learning outcome - General competence
- Be able to identify business related challenges and opportunities with respect to international business model by developing interdisciplinary and intercultural competence and analyzing current trends and future developments in international business.
Learning methods and activities
A combination of multimedia, lectures, discussion, presentations and guest lectures. Active participation in the classes is strongly recommended.
Further on evaluation
The project report by the student team are assessed in relation to the grading scale AF. The team receives one common grade.
In the event of a fail grade or a resit of a passed examination, the entire course must be repeated.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Economics and Business Administration (ØAMSC)
Financial Economics (MFINØK)
International Business and Marketing (860MIB)
NTNU School of Entrepreneurship (MIENTRE)
Required previous knowledge
As for the study programme.
To be announced at the start of the term.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Language of instruction: English
- Economics and Administration
Department with academic responsibility
Department of International Business
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