Hello! I might have skipped terms that were obvious or that we had previously seen many times in others courses (MOM, Strategy, FSCM, MOO,...)! But if you notice any important words missing, please let me know which one :)
1 day ago
Alright! I don't remember which terms I was referring to but I will let you know :)
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@anon im a course expert so I get money instead of credits... but I get credits for the documents from the last semesters, and from those I so far donated to children cancer research three times :) and one time I got a drinking game
Are there a certain number of tutorials you can miss without consequence? Additionally, Is there a course assignment if a certain number of tutorials aren't attended? I didn't see anything about it in the course manual.
But isn't the idiosyncratic one part of a firms code of conduct and therefore not an actual barrier since its limited to one firm? idiosyncratic risk is also firm specific risk, hence i figured that this one is also for individual firms
But doesnt infant industry tariff means that competitors in that industry wanting to engage with that country have to pay tariffs, to make it fair for the incumbent firms, therefore it is a tariff barrier.?
assertive and decisive behaviour (or also leadership style) is a characteristic for a masculine society. The missing compassion also underlines that fact since compassion is a characteristic for feminine societies :))
yea true... But in the book (p. 470) it says that expat assignments are quite expensive for employers, "such that many MNEs have moved to shorter assignments and non-traditional forms of expatriation, such as contract work, commuter assignments and virtual teams"
It was about reducing tariffs so yeah kinda positive, but reducing tariffs is good for global companies and bad for local companies because of more competition so could also be a risk. I would go for D
I would argue that the infant industry argument is an argument against free trade but not a non-tarriff barrier as it would induce a tariff to protect the specified industries. On the other hand an idiosyncratic health and safety standards would imply that some product are prohibited which is a barrier to entry whithout any tariff.
What exactly is your question? :-)
D is the right answer because, as you already said, it's a measure taken by the government and not by a company - all the other options can be used by a company to reduce their exposure to exchange risk!
11 months ago
Oh I thought the answer was C, nvm.. Thanks!
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