Economics and International Business – RISK MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Year I: Macroeconomics, Corporate Governance, General Perspectives on Risk Management, The Management of International Commercial Transactions, International Financial Management, International Insurance.
Elective courses: International Trade Markets, Commercial Accounting.
Elective courses: Commercial Risk Management, Operational Risk Management.
Year II: International Business Environment, International Business Law, Corporate Restructuring, Practical Training.
Elective Courses: International Marketing, Marketing Research.
Elective Courses: International Transactions in Services, Country Risk.
- the ability to explain and interpret ideas, processes, states and trends in microeconomics and macroeconomics;
- the ability to collect, analyze quantitative and qualitative data on a specific associated with specific problems;
- the ability to work independently or in a team to solve problems in a pre-established working environment;
- paper writing, data processing and databases management IT skills;
- knowledge of the concepts and research skills which enable graduate students to carry out activities, take responsibility and make decisions in an international business environment;
- the ability to carry out research and quantitatively analyze international business processes;
- the ability to write operational summaries, draft reports and carry out complex surveys by resorting to modern concepts and theories regarding the analysis and interpretation of social and economic processes;
- the ability to evaluate and diagnose the business and social environment starting from data and explanatory models of economic behaviour;
- the ability to develop and implement complex strategies, programmes and projects by resorting to their theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
- advanced knowledge of commercial and financial risk management theories and methodologies;
- the ability to explain and interpret risk management processes in an international business environment and to extend their knowledge and expertise in other business areas;
- the ability to solve complex financial risk management problems by using the conceptual and methodological framework under conditions of uncertainty and information scarcity;
- the ability to provide constructive and coherent feedback to risk management specialists as well as to a wider audience;
- the ability to solve risk management problems creatively by disseminating the results of individual and team research and taking managerial responsibilities.