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Ph.D & Masters' Courses, Carleton University
Description Level Timeframe
Corporate & Business Strategy Ph.D 1997 - 2001
Strategic Management MMS 1995 - 2001
Research Methodologies MMS 1994, 1995
Undergraduate Teaching, Carleton University
Description Level Timeframe
Strategic Management (5 sections/yr) senior, core 1989 - 2001, 2003 - present
International Business Strategy senior, core 1995 - 2001, 2003 - 2007
Intro to International Business freshman, core 1996 -1998
Environment of International Business senior, elective 1995 -1999
Introduction to Management junior, core 1988 -1992
Entrepreneurship senior, elective 1993 -1995
Business and Society senior, elective 1988 -1995, 2004
42.4609 A,B & C - Strategic Management
  Analysis and evaluation of the organization's corporate and business strategies; integration and synthesis of knowledge acquired in the program by application of acquired functional skills to strategic decision making.

   
42.4709A - International Business Strategy
  Analysis and evaluation of the organization's global and national strategies. Emphasis on firms' market-entry strategies and on the unique problems of managing in distant and different cultures.

   
42.5900/42.6803 - Corporate and Business Strategy
  This seminar focuses on the most important contributions concerning theories of the firm, origins of the modern corporation, analysis of the external environment, industry analysis, value chain analysis, resource-based theory, distinctions between corporate and business strategy, economies of scope, diversification and sustainable competitive advantage.
Tutorials or directed readings in selected areas of business, involving presentation of papers as the basis for discussion with the tutor. A requirement for the course may be participation in an advanced business course at the undergraduate level.