International Contract Management | The American University of Iraq Sulaimani

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International Contract Management

This course provides a review of international contract management as an area of theoretical development as well as a field of practice in Kurdistan and in Iraq. It examines problem areas of globalization, the world economy, and modern approaches to business organization in the global context. The main blocks of the course are trends and drivers of globalization; political, economic, and legal environments of international business; business ethics; and corporate social responsibility. Furthermore, specific challenges in Iraq and Kurdistan are discussed in a global environment.  
 

Teaching Objectives

The course's main objective is to present modern concepts of international contract management to students and help them develop skills in the analysis of global business, both in terms of its internal function and interaction with the different types of environment. Students will also understand the unique challenges in the Iraq and Kurdistan marketplaces and discuss strategies to overcome them. Students are acquainted with principles of international contract management and learn to demonstrate the use of management tools and international best practices. 
 
Teaching Methods
 
The following methods and forms of study are used in the course:
  • Lectures (six separate lectures over a one-week period)
  • Written home assignments (four assignments over the course of one week)
  • Self study

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