Turn in Assignment 4 at the end of Lesson 12.
In Lessons 10 to 12, you continued to examine international business issues related to economic co-operation, regional economic integration (trading blocs), and the international monetary system.
This assignment will contribute to the development of your Final Project.
Part A: Economic Cooperation and Regional Economic Integration (30 marks)
Prepare a 2–3-page report (500–750 words, double-spaced) containing the following:
Part B: International Money Markets and Foreign Exchange (40 marks)
Prepare a 3–4-page report (750–1,000 words, double-spaced) that responds to the following:
Part C: International Monetary Systems (30 marks)
Prepare a 2–4-page report (500–1,000 words, double-spaced) to reflect on and compare the current economic, political, technical and financial risks your international business will face entering the two countries you selected.
Considerations might include:
A quick search of reliable Internet sources may help you formulate some thoughts about these and other factors and current events that will impact your planning. There is no right or wrong answer to this question. This is your opportunity to show your ability to look at data and draw some evidence-based conclusions that demonstrate your understanding of how political and economic pressures impact currency flows and international business.
Journal Reflection 2 (5%)
See your Course Guide for instructions, topics, and marking information.
Module 3 and Module 4 require your participation in the reflection topics listed in the discussion board. At the end of Module 4, include a report of your reflections in Assignment 2.
The journal reflection requires you to look back at your contributions and to reflect on your learning experience.
Consider the following reflective questions:
Write a paper (approximately 500 words) reviewing your journalling activity and contributions to the reflection prompts/questions of modules 3 and 4. The journal reflection requires you to look back at your contributions and to reflect on your learning experience. Document your best journal reflections. Also, you may include highlights from other activities and the course in general.
Consult the Journal Reflection Rubric on the Home Page, and then assign yourself a mark. Your Open Learning Faculty Member will verify your report and adjust your mark as she or he sees fit.
For further reading about journalling, please read Appendix C: Becoming a Reflective Learner.
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