INB2102 International Business Lecture notes:

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  • UniversityEdith Cowan University
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseInternational Business
  • Course CodeG95
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  • Authordjjohns0
  • Created2017
  • Pages35
  • Approved10 January 2018

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These are complete and clear exam notes for INB2102 International Business at Edith Cowan University


These notes are intended to be used as the main study preparation for this subject and have been formatted to facilitate easy navigation and quick learning of the essential concepts. The notes are extremely well structured and can be relied on for study, tutorials, assignments and exams. The notes are 35 pages of concise, focused material designed to anticipate the sorts of questions you will see in this subject thereby ensuring that the student only focuses on knowing what is required to do well in the IBIN2102.


Topics covered in these notes include:

  • The world economy: pre-1914
  • The world economy: Inter-war period
  • The world economy: Post-1945 –
  • The world economy: Contemporary – The study of the International Political economy
  • Perspectives/approaches in the International political economy (IPE)
  • Realist IPE – 19th century economic nationalism
  • Mercantilism
  • Adam Smith’s Liberalism
  • Marx’s Political economy
  • Modern Marxists
  • Alternative Distinctions
  • Globalisation
  • The need for International cooperation
  • Game theoretic approach
  • The prisoner’s dilemma
  • The stag hunt
  • Battle of the sexes
  • Solutions for co-operation
  • The formation of institutions
  • Institutional Design
  • Policy preferences: Trade
  • Policy preferences: Immigration
  • Policy preferences: investment
  • Policy preferences: Exchange rates
  • Institutions: Political systems
  • Institutions: Legislatures and rules
  • Institutions: Bureaucratic agencies
  • Complications: Information
  • Complications: Issue Linkages
  • Complications: International Bargaining
  • Historical Antecedents
  • The ITO and the GATT
  • Multilateral Trade Negotiations
  • The Uruguay Round
  • The WTO
  • Why Regionalism
  • The Rush to Regionalism
  • Political Economy of Regionalism
  • Economic consequences
  • Regionalism and the WTO
  • Earlier Globally Integrated Order
  • The Bretton Woods Order
  • Globalisation of Financial markets
  • Collapse of Gold Exchange Standard
  • Evolving International Monetary Regime
  • What is Globalisation?
  • Evidence of Globalisation
  • Logics of Economic globalisation
  • Second age of globalisation

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