The purchase of start-up by big companies: value creation or value destruction?
- Start-up: a business model in contradiction with big companies?
- Integration, disorganization or independence: what models for what successes?
- The emergence of a new speculative bubble?
How do the hard power and the soft power tend to complete each others?
- Where does the soft power importance come from ?
- Soft Power issues
- Could the Soft power alone solve the conflict ?
Topic: Financial flows, the weapon of microstates to fight in a global world
I. What are the weapon of these microstates?
II. How do these microstates fight ?
III. How could we reduce there negative effect?
Is China an exception to the Cultural Globalization?
To many people in China: an impression of a very conservative culture
However many facts disconfirm this impression
China: witnessing the eruption of a new and diversified culture
I / Globalization as a vector of change in food habits
1) Gastronomy worlwide
2) A cultural treasure and a conveyor of values
3) Globalization: a threat for diversity and traditions?
II / The spread of the food industry throughout the world
1) Production, distribution, challenges and objectives of a vital industry
2) A market dominated by giants
3) The interdependence between the food market and globalization
III / The global turmoil of nutrition disorders
1) Hunger: a worldwide challenge!
2) Obesity: the price of development?
3) The health industry in the eye of the cyclone
- Over viewing (background)
- Relative definition
- Gap of wealth
3. Gap analysis standards
Ⅱ.Widening the gap
(Use absolute gap for instructions, eg: GDP gap and Gini coefficient has widened)
- From localization view(The objective existence of recourse gap among countries)
- From the view of trade purpose
- Developing countries: the original economic model was broken, at disadvantage position.
- Developed countries formulate the inequity treaty (use double standard); the retention of core technology.
3. On the basis of the economy, developed countries expand their political forces
Ⅲ. Reducing the gap
(Use relative gap for instruction, eg: the gap of economic growth rate is reduced)
- From localization view
- Developing countries: provide good foundation for independent research and development
- Developed countries: get advantage resources (labor forces)
2. From the view of free trade(Expand the market, multinational companies succeed. International trade barriers gradually eliminate….)
3. Gap includes not only economic, but also should include the improvement of population quality and the comprehensive national strength
- Both opportunities and challenges
- Opportunities: (consensus) globalization create more wealth
- Challenges: lack of effective organization or legal in globalization
2. Key point—distribution of wealth
- External conditions (The establishment and perfection of international fair, and international law)
- Internal conditions (Developing countries improve their profitability in globalization)
1. Preface: How was the accounting system before the globalization started?
2. Explanation of the accounting standards IFRS and US GAAP.
3. Case Studies
How does a local product, full of tradition, become a real actor in the global market? Example of the Abbey’s beer.
Why we had chosen this subject ?
I) Belgian’s beers history
1- A success built over centuries by a multitude of traditional breweries
2- This tradition includes monasteries
3- With this knowledge Belgian beer has never been more popular abroad
II) Anheuser-Busch InBev expansion
1- Why they decided to export?
2-Success keys for exportation
3-Adaptation to countries or not ?
III) Beer Worldwide market
1- Beer market by country
2- Inbev in the world
I. Carrefour’s international expansion
II. Carrefour’s global key challenges
– Rethinking its international strategy “Bigger is Better”
III. Global solutions
– Carrefour’s leading multinational retail rivals (Walmart and Tesco)