Case Analysis #2
- Due Sunday by 11:59pm
- Points 75
- Submitting a file upload
- Reread the Country Focus “Turkey, Its Religion, and Politics” in chapter 4 and address this question:
- Are the concerns of those opposing Turkey’s admittance to the European Union well-founded? Can Islam, capitalism, and globalization co-exist?
- Reread the Country Focus “Estimating the Gains from Trade for America” in Chapter 7 and address these two questions:
- What does the Institute for International Economics suggest about the benefits of free trade?
- According to the Institute for International Economics study, a move toward free trade would cause disruption in employment. Is it still worth pursuing free trade if it means that some people lose their jobs?
- Reread the opening case “NAFTA 2.0: The USMCA” in Chapter 9 and address these three questions:
- Discuss NAFTA in the Trump era. What changes to trade based on the new USMCA agreement would he like to see?
- As an American consumer looking for a new car, what does NAFTA mean to you? Does your response change if you are a consumer from Mexico or Canada? What about under the new USMCA?
- As CEO of an auto company with manufacturing facilities in Mexico, what does the new USMCA deal mean to you?
Case Analyses must follow the following guidelines:
- You must give a quality analysis of the cases based on the key terms showing mastery, using clear logic, and supporting facts. Also, the analysis must directly address the case using chapter readings and research.
- Case Analyses test the understanding of key elements of International Business, therefore, they must be thoroughly addressed.
- You must use citations with references to document information obtained from sources. The key elements and concepts of International Business are found in the sources listed in the syllabus (it is your duty to search for them, read, analyze, evaluate, summarize, paraphrase in your answers, and cite the authors who wrote the articles, books, term papers, memoirs, studies, etc. What it means is that you will have not less than 5 references from the listed sources.
- Grammatically correct paper, no typos, and must have obviously been proofread for logic.
- Avoid direct quotes, you must paraphrase and cite. If you direct quote (two words or three words, mission statements, phrases, etc.) you must include in your citation parenthesis page number or paragraph number. When you direct quote Brand taglines or Mission Statements, you must include the Brand name or Company name in the citation parenthesis.
- Key terms or Questions must be typed out as headings, with follow up analysis or answers in paragraph format, and a summary or conclusion to contextualize your analyses at the end of the paper.
The Cases Analyses must be in APA format