the most fascinating features of the global economy is that governments have
such different ideas about what makes for a dynamic business climate, and so do
other elements of society. Of course, these ideas and the government policies
that go with them condition the threats, opportunities, and hurdles faced by
firms at home and abroad. Please complete a 1800-2000 word-long analytical
paper that addresses the following question:
ways, if at all, will the recent implementation of Australia’s
“Carbon Tax” affect the strategies of firms located in Australia and
their domestic and international competitiveness? Use corporate examples from
selected industries and countries to support your argument.
Need to added in assignment Porter’s Diamond Of Competitive Advantage.
will be assessed based on the following criteria:
requirement: 1,800~2,000 words.
Assignment must be use in Australian
- A clear, informative introduction and well
summarized conclusion with the key elements of your argument,
- Good understanding of different elements of
national/international business environments, of how government policies
can influence their country’s competitiveness, and what the implications
are for firms.
- Use sufficient and appropriate material and apply
relevant concepts/perspectives/theories effectively support the key
- A clear logical flow between paragraphs and
demonstrate the ability to critically reflect upon key ideas/issues.
- Integration of content and literature written
- Use appropriate academic writing format. Make
sure the writing is easy to read but avoid looking like a list of bullet
points. This is not a business report. You do not need to write an
executive summary. A coherent answer to the questions is what I looking
- Attach any relevant appendices to the assignment.
- Source material should be correctly identified and referenced.
The APA of citing references is recommended.
If you are
unsure about the format please ask your lecturer for advice and guidance. A
guide to the UB Library Services APA citation style