captures the current trends in Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain
Strategy by examining traditional logistics issues within the context of the
supply chain. Supply Chain Logistics Management provides a solid foundation
that clearly describes the role of logistics within the supply chain,
portraying a complete view of the subject and extending to show how all the
pieces fit together. The course will cover the contemporary topics of Supply
Chain Logistics Management as Supply Chain Information Technology, Logistics, Integrated
Operations Planning, Inventory, Transportation, Global Supply Chain, Network
Design and Performance Management. At the end of this course,
the students will be able to understand what the current trends in supply chain
and logistics are and how to effectively manage them in volatile environment.
The goal of this course is to offer students with an
overview of chosen themes from current academic research in the field of
international finance, as well as its intersections with international macroeconomics.
This course is split up into two segments. First, it attempts to recap
theoretical knowledge by covering topics such as balance of payments, exchange
rate markets and exchange rate determination, foreign currency derivatives,
and, eventually, FDI and Cross-Border Acquisitions. Theoretical knowledge will
be solidified via recent literature, with candidates attempting to synthesize
knowledge gained from theoretical sessions with literature.