The course is giving a general overview to Russian culture and society that enable participants to see the historical, cultural and societal developments that shaped and molded the Russian mentality and character. Furthermore the course builds on this knowledge and with their help explains how Russians see the world in general and the business world in particular.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School in summer period 1:

  • 22059 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
  • 22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
  • 22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students.

The course can be taken as a summer course in 2020 by students from both locations. Major subject students in M&O on bachelor level in Helsinki and Vaasa can include this course in their elective major subject studies.

Demand for skills in business intelligence, data analysis, machine learning, and artificial intelligence is growing. This course intends to introduce tools, especially Python, in order to address most problems in business analytics. The course introduces knowhow of gathering data, preparing data, analysing data, building statistical and machine learning models, and visualising results in a customised manner. This introductory course gives basic knowledge business analytics through tools such as Python. It provides information and practices related to Python programming, about how to solve problems in business analytics, and about online resources through which one could inquire for further business-related problems.

The course can be taken as a summer course in May-July 2020 by students both from Helsinki and Vaasa.

The aim of the course is to provide a general overview of factors influencing business operations in Nordic countries (history, political, geography, legal and economic systems, culture), in particular, the operations of companies. The focus of the course is on welfare state institutions, European Union legislation and regulations, and Nordic culture(s).

During the course you will learn how to explain, compare and analyse differences and commonalities in the Nordic societies regarding the following themes:

  • societies in general
  • leadership styles
  • entrepreneurial traditions
  • organizational cultures
  • gender and power issues

and to summarise and compile these themes into a handbook.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School:

  • 22059 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
  • 22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
  • 22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students. Notably, the course also include company visits, guided tours of Nordic design and entrepreneurial environments, guest lectures delivered by distinguished academics as well as recognized leaders within their trade as well as in Nordic societies.

This course is a broad survey of the field of international business.  The first part of the course examines the environment of international business (e.g., legal, technological and cultural environment of business) with a focus on the European Union. The second part concentrates on major theoretical and institutional issues (e.g., the basis for international trade and capital flows, tariffs, quotas, exchange controls, and other barriers to international business; foreign exchange markets; international capital markets; and international organizations. The course not only introduces the broad survey of the field of international business but also provides opportunity to learn about the effects of international business environment on the companies that operate in world marketplaces, in particular that of Northern Europe. By studying in Finland, students will get a solid immersion into the European culture and an opportunity to be exposed to the business strategies of European corporations that they will visit on the numerous field trips.

In addition, many parts of the class involve current events (e.g., international trade; foreign exchange; foreign investments; the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; international political conflicts).  Follow these developments in the news, as we will discuss them in class.  Useful sources of current information regarding international business are The Economist, and the Financial Times.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School in June 2019:

    38007 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
    22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
    22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students. The courses also include company visits.

 

MGMT450 Syllabus 2018.pdfMGMT450 Syllabus 2018.pdf

The course is giving a general overview to Russian culture and society that enable participants to see the historical, cultural and societal developments that shaped and molded the Russian mentality and character. Furthermore the course builds on this knowledge and with their help explains how Russians see the world in general and the business world in particular.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School in June 2018:

  • 38007 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
  • 22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
  • 22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

 The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students.

This course is a broad survey of the field of international business.  The first part of the course examines the environment of international business (e.g., legal, technological and cultural environment of business) with a focus on the European Union. The second part concentrates on major theoretical and institutional issues (e.g., the basis for international trade and capital flows, tariffs, quotas, exchange controls, and other barriers to international business; foreign exchange markets; international capital markets; and international organizations. The course not only introduces the broad survey of the field of international business but also provides opportunity to learn about the effects of international business environment on the companies that operate in world marketplaces, in particular that of Northern Europe. By studying in Finland, students will get a solid immersion into the European culture and an opportunity to be exposed to the business strategies of European corporations that they will visit on the numerous field trips.

In addition, many parts of the class involve current events (e.g., international trade; foreign exchange; foreign investments; the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; international political conflicts).  Follow these developments in the news, as we will discuss them in class.  Useful sources of current information regarding international business are The Economist, and the Financial Times.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School in June 2018:

    38007 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
    22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
    22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students. The courses also include company visits.

 

MGMT450 Syllabus 2018.pdfMGMT450 Syllabus 2018.pdf

The course is giving a general overview to Russian culture and society that enable participants to see the historical, cultural and societal developments that shaped and molded the Russian mentality and character. Furthermore the course builds on this knowledge and with their help explains how Russians see the world in general and the business world in particular.

This course is one of the three courses offered together with Mays Business School (Texas, USA) as a Summer School in June 2017:

  • 38007 Introduction to Russian Business Culture (3 ECTS),
  • 22018 Introduction to Nordic Business Culture (3 ECTS) and
  • 22019 International Environment of Business (3 ECTS).

 The courses are on intermediate level. To get a dynamic and international learning experience we invite Hanken students to apply for the courses. This is a great chance to learn together with US students.

This course is a broad survey of the field of international business. 

The first part of the course examines the environment of international business (e.g., legal, technological and cultural environment of business) with a focus on the European Union. The second part concentrates on major theoretical and institutional issues (e.g., the basis for international trade and capital flows, tariffs, quotas, exchange controls, and other barriers to international business; foreign exchange markets; international capital markets; and international organizations. The course not only introduces the broad survey of the field of international business but also provides opportunity to learn about the effects of international business environment on the companies that operate in world marketplaces, in particular that of Northern Europe. By studying in Finland, students will get a solid immersion into the European culture and an opportunity to be exposed to the business strategies of European corporations that they will visit on the numerous field trips.

In addition, many parts of the class involve current events (e.g., international trade; foreign exchange; foreign investments; the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; international political conflicts).  Follow these developments in the news, as we will discuss them in class. Useful sources of current information regarding international business are The Economist, and the Financial Times.