No I think the most relevant is the one from last year because they had the same book as well as the same coordinators. The other years they also had articles as well so I think they are not that relevant anymore
The course coordinator said that there will be only about 6-7 questions about the articles... and the cases rely a lot on the content of the chapters so if you studied that you should be able to recreate all main insights... some cases are summed up here on SD tho
2 months ago
we only need the main insights. An example would be the "Globalization Trilemma" case.
Both companies pursue what is best for them. For Airbus it is best to enter, because if they enter, they gain 5 billion or 30 billion, if they don't enter they get 0. Boeing will not enter, because if they enter, they will either lose 5 billion or gain 20 billion (but they can already assume that airbus will enter). If they don't enter, they get 0, so to avoid a loss, they stay out of the market. It sounds very complicated, I hope this still helps :D
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 :)
2 months ago
Alright! I don't remember which terms I was referring to but I will let you know :)
Hey guys! Jana and I hesitated about writing this... but this can't keep going on.
First of all, although we make different styles of summaries, both our summaries are just as good! They are just different. We often use each other’s summaries too! The competition/war some of you created between us just doesn't make any sense. Jana and I are friends, we've been since the beginning of first year. There's no competition between us, there has never been one!
Second of all, we're tired of the mean comments we get, both of us. We're happy when we get constructive comments - we're happy to try and be better and make even better summaries. However, many comments are just mean and personally attacking us. Your comments don’t show that our documents are bad, but it rather shows more about what kind of persons some of you are. If you are not happy with a summary, you're free to use another one or to make your own. We spend a lot of time making them, you should be grateful we share them. We don't understand why people are so mean! People downvote our documents (for no valid reason), our comments on each other’s post, comment on our spelling and grammar, and even creating fake accounts of us (which is illegal). What's the goal of this? If you want us to stop posting, fine, we'll stop. You'll lose more than we'll lose!
@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.?