MGT321 Case 2: “The Decline of Zimbabwe”

By Editorial Team Last updated: Jan 13, 2023

MGT321 Case 2: “The Decline of Zimbabwe”

Discussion Questions

  1. Discuss the economic reasons for government intervention in markets. 
  2. Describe the five-step process that businesses can use to think through ethical problems.                                                     

Case study

Please read Case 2: “The Decline of Zimbabwe” available in your e-book (International business: Competing in the global marketplace (13th ed.), at page no.627, and answer the following questions:

Assignment Question(s):

  1. Why has Zimbabwe’s economic performance been so poor? Discuss.
  2. Do you think Zimbabwe’s economic performance would have been better under a different system of government? Which one? Explain your reasoning.
  3. Discuss the steps needed to be taken now to improve the economic outlook for Zimbabwe?                                                  

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify and evaluate the significant trade agreements affecting global commerce (Lo 1.1)
  2. Identify the major components of international business management (Lo 2.4)
  3. Analyze the effects of culture, politics and economic systems in the context of international business                                                                         (Lo 2.1)
  4. Explain the forces driving and evaluating the impact of globalization (Lo 1.3)
  5. Carryout effective self-evaluation through discussing economic systems in the international business context (Lo 3.1)



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