Industrial analysis: a geographical economic perspective

The opening of national economies, the globalization of economies and new technologies with global impact affect all industries. In this context, it is important to conduct an analysis at the industrial level. This involves understanding how industries are structured, how they evolve, how they are affected by new regulations and what new interactions between industrial sectors are taking place.

Thierry Warin https://www.nuance-r.com/principalInvestigator.html
04-09-2019

Course objectives

Conduct an analysis at the industrial level to understanding

Course plan

1. Globalization: macroeconomic and policy effects on industry behavior; policies and the role of institutions for collaboration

Analysis of competitiveness in the developed countries and lessons for business.

2. Effects of industry on business behavior and performance - a look at developed countries

After competitiveness in developed countries, competitiveness in emerging countries and lessons for business.

3. Effects of industry on international expansion strategy - a look at emerging markets

After competitiveness in emerging countries, competitiveness must consider the “megacity” geographical unit and the lessons for companies.

4. Characteristics of internationalization of enterprises in different industries and effects of industry on choice of mode of entry into a foreign market - a look at the role of mega cities

Analysis of competitiveness and the issue of international economic agreements (trade, finance and migration flows) and lessons for business.

5. Particularities of internationalization of enterprises in large economic regions

Conclusion on economic development and competitiveness in the context of innovation in the 4IR.



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For attribution, please cite this work as

Warin (2019, April 9). Virtual Campus: Industrial analysis: a geographical economic perspective. Retrieved from https://virtualcampus.skemagloballab.io/posts/analysisindustry-part2/

BibTeX citation

@misc{warin2019industrial,
  author = {Warin, Thierry},
  title = {Virtual Campus: Industrial analysis: a geographical economic perspective},
  url = {https://virtualcampus.skemagloballab.io/posts/analysisindustry-part2/},
  year = {2019}
}