Assessment 2 Question Two: Peng and Pleggenkuhle-Miles (2009) identify four main debates in the field of global strategy. Critically evaluate whether their approach fully captures the complexity of the influences of globalization on global strategy. R

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Assessment 2

 

Question Two:

 

Peng and Pleggenkuhle-Miles (2009) identify four main debates in the field of global strategy.

 

Critically evaluate whether their approach fully captures the complexity of the influences of globalization on global strategy.

 

Reference: Peng, M. And Pleggenkuhle-Miles, E.G. (2009) Current Debates in Global Strategy. International Journal of Management Reviews, vol. 11, no. 1 pp. 51-68.

 

 

 

 

Instructions for the completion of assessment part two.

§  These questions are deliberately broad.  Students are therefore allowed to focus their answers on the field in which their course is based.  This may aid the search for literature and examples through offering appropriate boundaries to your work.

 

  • The maximum word count for part two of this assessment is 3,000 words, +/- 10%.  This word count includes any appendices (which you should not need to any extent) but excludes the words in the reference list.  This word count must be adhered to.

 

  • This is an essay not a report, so you should avoid the use of bullet points and lists.  This is an essay question which is effectively asking you to complete a critical evaluation of the literature on the topics and use this literature to form arguments to address the discussion.  There are a variety of resources available to help with the skills of essay writing available through the LRC.

 

  • Accurate referencing of sources is crucial in this coursework.  There are resources available in the Learning Resource Centre and via the student advice shops to help.  The referencing system used on this module is the Harvard system.  Please make sure you are familiar with this. Marks will be deducted for inaccurate referencing.

 

 

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