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Bachelor of Science in International Trade

Economic Areas in the Asia-Pacific region: Hindu, Sinic, Buddhist and Central Eurasian Economic Areas. Economic Area of Oceania

Syllabus of the Program: Hindu Economic Area

  1. Introduction to Indian religions and its relationship with the Hindu Civilisation
    1. Hinduism
    2. Sikhism, Jainism, and Zoroastrianism
    3. Islam in India
  2. Hindu Economic Area
    1. India as the Central State of Hindu Civilisation
    2. Countries of influence area of Hindu Civilisation: Nepal, Bhutan, and Mauritius
  3. Hindu businessmen
  4. Hindu Economic Integration
  5. Interactions of Hindu Civilisation with other civilisations
  6. Economic Institutions and Free Trade Agreements related to Hindu Civilisation
  7. Diaspora of Hindu Civilisation

Objectives:

  1. To define the characteristics of Hindu economic area
  2. To analyse the influence of Indian religions on the Hindu Economic Area
  3. To know the economic profile of the Hindus Markets
  4. To analyse the profile of Businessmen of Hindu Civilisation
  5. To understand the processes of Hindu economic integration
  6. To know the economic relationships of Hindu Civilisation with other civilisations
  7. To analyse the main economic institutions related to Hindu Economic Area

Syllabus of the Program: Buddhist Economic Area

  1. The main features of the Buddhist Economic Area
  2. Buddhism and the Buddhist Economic Area
  3. Economic Profile of the Buddhist Markets
  4. Buddhist businessmen
  5. Asian economic integration of the Buddhist Civilisation
  6. The Buddhist Civilisation and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
  7. Interactions of the Buddhist Civilisation with other civilisations
  8. Economic institutions and free trade agreements related to the Buddhist Civilisation

The objectives of the subject “Buddhist Economic Area”:

  1. To identify the characteristics of the Buddhist Economic Area
  2. To analyse the influence of Buddhism on the Buddhist Economic Area
  3. To know the economic profile of the Buddhist Markets
  4. To analyse the profile of Buddhist businessmen
  5. To understand the process of Buddhist economic integration
  6. To explore the economic relations of the Buddhist Civilisation with other civilisations
  7. To analyse the main economic Institutions related to the Buddhist Economic Area

Syllabus of the Program: Central Eurasian Economic Area

  1. Introduction to the Central Eurasian Economic Area
  2. Islam as the unifying factor of the Central Eurasian Economic Area
  3. Economic profile of the markets of Central Eurasia
  4. Interactions of the Central Eurasian Economic Area with other Economic Areas
  5. Economic Institutions related to Central Eurasian Economic Area
  6. Businessmen of the Central Eurasian Economic Area

Objectives

  1. To define the economic characteristics of the Central Eurasian Economic Area
  2. To know the economic profile of the countries of Central Eurasia
  3. To understand the Economic Integration process in Central Eurasian Economic Area
  4. To analyse the personalities of the top Businessmen of Central Eurasia
  5. To know economic relations with the other Economic Areas of different civilisations
  6. To analyse the main economic Institutions related to Central Eurasian Economic Area
  7. To understand the influence of Islam on the Central Eurasian Economic Area

Syllabus of the Program: Economic Area of Oceania

  1. Introduction to the Economic Area of Oceania
    1. Christianity in Oceania
    2. Introduction to Oceania
    3. Countries and Island States of Oceania (Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia): The Cook Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu
  2. Economic Profile of the countries of Oceania
  3. Economic Integration processes in Oceania
  4. Trade Relations of Oceania with other civilisations
  5. Economic Institutions and Free Trade Agreements related to Oceania

The objectives of the subject “Economic Area of Oceania” are the following:

  1. To define the characteristics of the Economic Area of Oceania
  2. To analyse the influence of Christianity on the Economic Area of Oceania
  3. To know the economic profile of the markets of Oceania
  4. To understand the processes of economic integration in Oceania
  5. To explore the economic relations with other civilisations and with other economic areas of the Western civilisation
  6. To analyse the main economic Institutions related to the Economic Area of Oceania

Samples:

Cyrus Poonawalla Parsee Businessman (Bachelor, eLearning)

Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS) Bachelor of Science

India-Australia Economic Cooperation Agreement (Online Bachelor)

Kazuo Inamori Buddhist Businessman (Bachelor, eLearning)

Eurasian Economic Union (Online Bachelor of Science)

New Zealand Foreign Trade (Online Bachelor)

Japan-Singapore Free Trade Agreement

Languages: Master in International Business in English or Study eLearning Bachelor of Science in Spanish Bachelor of Science en Comercio Internacional Study an Online Bachelor of Science in French Bachelor of Science en commerce international Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Bachelor of Science em Comércio Internacionale





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