INB380.1 Business Modeling: Latin America

Taught in English at the Universidad de Chile and may not be available every semester. This course aims to provide a general understanding of the link between macroeconomics policies and the microeconomics agents, the enterprises and their competitive strategies, from the perspective of growth and competitiveness. It will provide a detailed picture of the development achieved by different countries in Latin America from the perspective and vision of ECLAC and their main structural changes to close the gap with more developed countries. Pre-requisites: upper-level business strategy course and micro- and/or macro-economics courses. (NEG 411)

Department: International Business

Location: Santiago

Credits: 4