"Each student chooses a (real) company as a Personal Case Study to contribute to course discussions. That is, students investigate company cases through the many conceptual lenses provided regarding business-government relations in the course. Each student is welcome to select companies in any industry sector, such as but not limited to automobiles, consumer goods, energy, fashion, food services, healthcare, information and communication technology, retail services. American and non-US-based companies are welcome personal case selections. Each students submits two, two-page, single-spaced, Personal Company Cases. Students are assigned topics as members of Group A, B, C, or D. Each student applies course concepts in real-world ways based on library research and makes a short presentation based on the paper on the assigned day; thereby each student contributes to classroom discussions and our learning. The course concludes with a comprehensive final exam that calls for short essays to apply course concepts to real-world situations. Grade: classroom participation and presentations: 20%; 2 papers=30%; final exam=50%."
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