Course Code: Units: 04 Course Contents:

MIB 301


Module I: Introduction & Basic Concepts Introduction and Course Overview, Concept of Strategy and Strategic management, Nature of ‘International Strategic Management’, Evolution of Strategic Management Strategic Management Process- strategic choices, strategy into action, Levels of Strategy Module II: Role of environment on strategy Value chain analysis External environment - Macro & Micro environment - Opportunities & threats - Global business environment Internal Environment - Strengths & weaknesses – strategic gaps - Present strategies, Capabilities & Core Competencies. Module III: Vision, Mission, Business Definition, Goals and Objectives of Global Companies Module IV: Evolution of Global Corporation Why do firms Internationalize /Globalize, Phases of Global strategy, Global Strategic Planning/ Management, Problems in IS Planning, Corporate Social Responsibility as strategy Module V: Global Strategic Analysis- Building strategic alternatives & choices Porter’s 5 Force Model, ETOP & SAP Profile, SWOT/TOWS Matrix, BCG, GE Nine Cell Matrix Module VI: Formulation, Implementation, Evaluation and Control of International Strategies Generic strategies, Grand strategies, Corporate/Business/Functional strategies,

West Publishing. Strategic leadership. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases. E. 3rd Edition  B. Content. Journal of Information Technology  David Fred R (2009). Strategy-Process. disruptive strategy etc. Context. and develop an appreciation for team participation. White space.International strategic alliances. 2003  T L Wheelen and J D Hunger. (2000). Tau 1995. Rowe. 11th Edition  Johnson & Scholes. Strategic Management. Global Strategic Management. De Wit and R. Case studies will be used as a basis for reinforcing ideas. New York.. Strategic Management: Formulation. Turn around strategy Learning Methods: Various teaching and learning styles will be used in this module.  Academy of Management Journal. 12th Edition  Kamel Mellahi.J. improving oral presentation skills. Exploring Strategic Change. Snyder. Text & References:  Strategic Management: A Methodical Approach.  Strategic Management Journal. Implementation and Control. Why restructuring? Numerator and Denominator Management as expressed by Hamel & Prahlad. Strategic evaluation and control. 2008.H. R. by A. improving written communication skills.  F. Lecturing will be used in a number of classes to clarify background information. Addison Wesley. Goal flow down processes. Prentice Hall India. J George Frynas & Paul N. McGraw Hill. Mason and N. Pearson Higher Education. AddisonWesley Publishing  Pearce John A & Robinson Richard B. Dickel. Operationalising and Institutionalizing strategy. Interactive discussions will be used to help students learn from each other. The responsiveness of information technology to business strategy formulation – An empirical study. Managing culture in a global organization. Concept of strategic intent-view of Hamel & Prahlad.O. Oxford University Press . Finlay (2005). Balanced Score Card Module VII: Current trends and Contemporary ConceptsBlue ocean. Meyer 2004.

RISK AND INSURANCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE Course Code: 04 Course Contents: MIB 302 Credit Units: Module I: Risk Management Overview Concept of Business Risk Meaning of Business Risk Nature of Business Risk Causes of Business Risk Types of Business Risk including International Risk Module II: Identification of Risk Sources of Risk Measurement of Risk Kinds of exposures Module III: Types of Risk Political Risk Credit Risk Interest Rate Risk Transport Risk Foreign Exchange Risk Module IV: Evaluation of Risk Evaluation of exposures Basic strategies for evaluation of Risk Exercise on evaluation of Risk Module V: Mitigating Risk Management Payment Risk UCP 600 – Cases URC 522 – Cases Module VI: Marine Insurance Concept of Marine Insurance Content of Marine Policy Laws governing Marine Insurance Kinds of Losses Need for cargo Insurance Principles Governing the Contract of Insurance Types of Insurance Documents Risks Coverage Claim Procedures .

Peurard J and Yadav S. Weekend experience in companies . Management games. Extensive research projects. Prentice Hall of India  Jain P K. class presentation by groups of students. self study sessions. Field visits. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Cases are also to be analyzed. Interactive sessions. 1st Edition References:  Shapiro A C. Prentice Hall of India  E C G C Brochures and Marine Risk Policy C1 10 V 5 A 5 CT 10 EE 70 . 2003. Multinational Financial Management. Case studies. 2005. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) Text & References: Text:  Singh MP & Chopra VS. International Financial Management. Risk Management in International Trade. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class.Liability Insurance Module VII: Modern Techniques of Risk Management Concept of Risk Management Techniques Identifying Risk Management Techniques Types of Techniques Module VIII: Developing Strategies for Alternatives Risk Management Alternatives Strategy Development and Implementation Learning Methods: Tutorials. Seminars. Universal Publishers. 2004.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods.

SAFTA. STPs .E. Pricing and Distribution Dynamics of Extractive Economies. EOUs. LAFTA. EXIM Policy to FTP Module IV: International Trading Environment and Rules Governing International Trade under WTO Multilateral and Plurilateral Trading System and the legal framework .WTO AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT Course Code: Units: 04 Course Contents: MIB 303 Credit Module I: Business and its Environment Relevance and scope of regulating International Business Measures to regulate Trade in the advent of Globalization Internal and External Environment P. Developed Economies and Developing Economies Import Substitution vis-à-vis Export Substitution Module III: Protectionism and International Trade Determination of Tariff Types of Tariff & Role Effective Rate of Protection Welfare effect: Small nation vis a vis large nation FTA .MFN and NTC clauses Unfair Trade Practices and Barriers to Trade (Non technical) Agreements on Antidumping Subsidies and countervailing measures Pre-shipment Inspections Module V: Measures to Regulate Trade Environment Sanitary and Phyto Sanitary Measures Technical Barriers to Trade.L Analysis Module II: Global and National Business Environment Relevance of Classical Theory in regulating International Trade . Safeguards and Rules of Origin .S.T. ASEAN SEZs. NAFTA. EEC.E.Theory of Absolute Advantage and .Theory of Comparative Cost Advantage Theory of Competitive Advantage Export Marketing.

Anne O Krueger –WTO as an International Organisation Oxford University Press. New Century. New Century. ed. Vikas Publishing House. Exim dynamic of service and WTO. Seminars. W T O and regionalism in world trade. H Ashok. Jaipur. Case studies. self study sessions.1996  Mathur. Cases are also to be analyzed. John Wiley & Sons C1 10 V 5 A 5 CT 10 EE 70 . New Delhi. Weekend experience in companies . Oxford University Press. Management games. Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) Text & References:  Exports of India’s Major Products: Problems and Products. 2004  Das.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. WTO and the multinational trading system. Bhagirath Lal. India and the WTO. 2001 Edition  Verma M. 2003  Hoekman.L -Foreign Trade Management in India. Pawan Kr Graga  Chauhan Sandeep-GATT to WTO – Deep & Deep Publication Pvt. Hema. Interactive sessions. Common Wealth Publishers. New Delhi. 2005  Garg. Aditya. Book Well. WTO and India. 2004  Mattoo.  Shenkar. Oded & Yadang Lou. 2002  Prasad. 2001. Ed. The World press. Vibha. class presentation by groups of students. Extensive research projects. New Delhi.. Field visits. Rawat Publications. Ltd. Washington. Bernard. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Development trade & the WTO: a handbook.. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming to class.Agreement on Agriculture Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Trade Related Investment Measures (TRIMS) General Agreements on Trade and Services Dispute Settlement Mechanism Learning Methods: Tutorials. New Delhi.. (2004) International Business. 2002  Bhandari Surendra –WTO and Developing Countries-Deep and Deep Publication  Bhagirath Lal Das-An Introduction to the WTO Agreements-Third World Network and Zed Books.

Oscar Publications . Cherunilum.The WTO and its development obligation: prospects for global trade  Bhagirath Lal Das. (1999). Economic and Social Environment. (2000).The WTO: a discordant orchestra  Aaditya Mattoo. Interpreting WTO agreements: problems and perspectives  Debroy Bibek.India and the WTO  Asif Hasan Qureshi. (2008). K. Michelle Sforza. Robert Mitchell Stern. (2003)WTO: the Doha Agenda : the new negotiations on world trade  T. (2006). Francis (2002) Business Environment Text & Cases.  Lori Wallach.The WTO: five years of reasons to resist corporate globalization  Elimma Ezeani. Himalya Publishing House. Bhaumik. 12 th Ed. (2010). 2005.

Thomson Business Communication. Adler R Oxford . Course Contents: Module I: Non-Verbal Communication Principles of non. Proxemics and Para Language that cater to the fundamental requirements of effective business presentations and speeches. Penrose.III Course Code: 01 MIB 342 Credit Units: Course Objective: ‘Actions speak louder than words.BUSINESS COMMUNICATION . Thomson Understanding Human Communication. 9/e.’ Every business communicator needs to understand the nuances of ‘body language and voice.’ This course is designed to enable the young Amitian to decipher the relevance of Kinesics.verbal communication Kinesics Proxemics Paralanguage and visible code Module II: Speaking Skills Pronunciation drills (Neutralizing regional pulls) Conversational English Guidelines to an effective presentation Module III: Interviews and GDs Text & References:     Business Communication. Oxford Business Communication for Managers: An Advanced Approach. Raman – Prakash. Krizan.

III (LEADING THROUGH TEAMS) Course Code: MIB 343 Credit Units: 01 Course Objective: This course aims to enable students to: Understand the concept and building of teams Manage conflict and stress within team Facilitate better team management and organizational effectiveness through universal human values. Course Contents: Module I: Teams: An Overview Team Design Features: team vs. group Effective Team Mission and Vision Life Cycle of a Project Team Rationale of a Team. Goal Analysis and Team Roles Module II: Team & Sociometry Patterns of Interaction in a Team Sociometry: Method of studying attractions and repulsions in groups Construction of sociogram for studying interpersonal relations in a Team Module III: Team Building Types and Development of Team Building Stages of team growth Team performance curve Profiling your Team: Internal & External Dynamics Team Strategies for organizational vision Team communication Module IV: Team Leadership & Conflict Management Leadership styles in organizations Self Authorized team leadership Causes of team conflict .BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE .

How to ask for directions (using estar) . Revision of Gustar and usage of it Module III Translation of Spanish-English. Practice sentences. Mahabharata. English-Spanish. Weather Module II Introduction to Gustar…and all its forms. Module VI: End-of-Semester Appraisal Viva based on personal journal Assessment of Behavioural change as a result of training Exit Level Rating by Self and Observer SPANISH – III Course Code: MIB 346 Credit Units: 02 Course Objective: To enable students acquire knowledge of the Set/definite expressions (idiomatic expressions) in Spanish language and to handle some Spanish situations with ease. Poner.Conflict management strategies Stress and Coping in teams Module V: Global Teams and Universal Values Management by values Pragmatic spirituality in life and organization Building global teams through universal human values Learning based on project work on Scriptures like Ramayana. Course Contents: Module I Revision of earlier semester modules Set expressions (idiomatic expressions) with the verb Tener. Gita etc. Ir….

Introduction to IR + A + INFINITIVE FORM OF A VERB Module IV Simple conversation with help of texts and vocabulary En el restaurante En el instituto En el aeropuerto Module V Reflexives .

MERGERS. Role of Merchant Bankers in Mergers & Acquisition Module III: Valuation and M&A Firm Valuation Models on Merger & Acquisition: (a) DCF Model. Vertical. post merger issues and challenges. split ups. Objectives of mergers. Strategies De-merger. PHI.  Merger and Acquisition . spin offs. Competition Bill 2002. Susan E. Tax aspects related to demergers. split offs.New Perspectives ICFAI Press . Conglomerate. Corporate Charter Amendments. Applications and Cases Success and failure of Merger & Acquisition. SEBI regulations on Takeovers in India (Takeover Code) Module II: Types of Mergers. Module V: Post Merger Analysis. Takeover Defenses. types of mergers. Restructuring and Corporate Control Rajeshwer C H. (d) Adjusted Book value (e) Three Stage growth model. Mergers. tax concession to amalgamating company in case of Merger & Acquisition. Difference between Demerger and Reverse Merger. MIB 308 Credit Units: 04 Text & References:  J. The Merger and Acquisition Process. Active Anti-takeover Defenses. Fred Weston. Cases on Mergers and Acquisitions: Indian and International context. LBO. Horizontal. Swap Ratio. Reverse Merger. Amalgamation as per AS-14. MBO Module IV: Taxation Aspects in M&A Tax Implications: Tax Concession to amalgamated company. (c) Book Value. Kwang S. Chung. Golden Parachute. 2004. Hoag. Preventive Anti-takeover Measures. (b) Comparable Company. Takeover Tactics. Valuation Practices in India. ACQUISITIONS AND RE-STRUCTURING Course Code: Course Contents: Module I: Basics of Mergers and Acquisition Various Forms of Corporate Restructuring.

Industry analysis. Profitability Ratios. Interpreting Cash Flows. Indirect Method. Objectives. Infrastructure Projects. Credit Risk. Environmental Consideration. Each student is required to do the back ground reading from the specified chapters of the prescribed book before coming MIB 311 Credit Units: 04 . Financial Model.the course is covered by adopting a combination of lecture methods. Direct Method. Turnover Ratios. Weekend experience in companies . Insurance Companies. Loan Pricing and Profitability Analysis. Assessing the project cost. Strategic Equity Module V: Economic Aspect of Project Development Project Development. Credit Analysis. Module II: Financial Statement Analysis Objectives. Lending Process: Credit Process. Case studies.CREDIT APPRAISAL AND PROJECT FINANCING Course Code: Course Contents: Module I: Overview of Credit Analysis Objectives. Business analysis Module III: Characteristics and Analysis of Project Finance Objectives. self study sessions. Extensive research projects. Equity . Use of free and equity cash flow valuation for assessing projects. Leverage Ratios. Means of financing projects. Field visits. Seven C’s. Module IV: Project Finance Parties to a Project Financing. Introduction. Political and Regulatory Background. Credit Enhancement. Mezzanine Debt. Regulations. Senior Debt – Banks. decision tree. Financial Analysis: Break-even point analysis. Documentation. Management games.Financial Equity. class presentation by groups of students. Interactive sessions. Estimation of project cash flows. Credit Analysis Process. Introduction. Necessary Contracts. Project Development: Government's Perspective. Specialized Credit Enhancements Teaching & Learning Methods: Tutorials. scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis. Seminars. Elements of Cash Flow Statement. Economy analysis. Public Markets. Non financial analysis. Market Ratios. Liquidity Ratios. Ratio Analysis. Real Options Analysis.

Implementation And Review (5th Edn. Project Risk Management. Financing. Elements of Project Management. New Age International D Van Well Stam. Analysis. Elsevier Hrishikesh Bhattacharya. Project Finance. Kogan Page Limited . Examination Scheme: Components Weightage (%) Text & References:        C1 10 V 5 A 5 CT 10 EE 70 Prasanna Chandra. Credit Appraisal. Credit Appraisal. Tata McGraw Hill DD Mukherjee. Snow White Publications Machiraju. Vikas Publishing House Gatti.). 1st Edn. Banking Strategy... Risk Analysis & Decision Making.). 1st Edn. Cases are also to be analyzed. (5th Edn. Projects: class. Selection. Project Finance in Theory and Practice. discussed in groups (teams) outside the class as preparatory work. Oxford University Press K Nagarajan.

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