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Markets and Legal Frameworks
Undergraduate | CUR-BLW100 | 2024
Explore the connections between economics, marketing, and law. Learn how the law regulates markets and business structures. Get to know stakeholders involved in economic transactions of goods and services, including customers, government, and more.
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- Study method
- 100% online
- 100% online
- Entry requirements
- No ATAR needed,
- No prior study
- 13 weeks
- Start dates
- 26 Feb 2024,
- 26 Aug 2024
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Markets and Legal Frameworks
About this subject
- describe the relationship between business and various stakeholders, showing how key business disciplines are interconnected
- understand how the economy affects the business environment and the role of responsible business in global society
- understand different market types and business structures, and explain how they are regulated
- explain how business and marketing strategies can create value through application of economic principles
- explain basic concepts of business law using relevant information pertaining to business regulation and compliance
- Capitalism: Affluence, inequality, and the environment
- Marketing Environments
- Value Creation: Society, Businesses and Consumers
- Market Positioning and Competitive Advantage
- Firms and markets for goods and services
- Market failures and government policy
- The nature of law and sources of law
- Regulation, Governance and Social Responsibility
- Business Structures 10. Revision/Bringing it all together
This subject explores how key business disciplines are connected. Students will develop an understanding of market types, and how business and marketing strategies can create value and impact upon society and the environment. Students will also develop an understanding of the relationship between a business enterprise and various stakeholders, including government, customers and the broader community. The subject also explains basic concepts of law and regulation, and identifies the legal structures of business
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- In Class Pitch/Poster Presentation (30%)
- Legal case study and essay (40%)
- Economic principles Q & A (30%)
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