This advanced research seminar course will provide students with principles and core concepts of comparative economic systems. Managers in a global economy need to be acutely aware of the different systems of economic organization including capitalism, socialism and mixed economy. Students will conduct a study of various economic organization concepts and practices in order to ensure optimal efficiency in meeting organizational goals and strategies in various countries that have different economic models. The final project in the seminar will be the development of a scholarly research paper analyzing a contemporary comparative economic problem. Prerequisite: BROL 700 or permission from the Program Director. Credit, 3 hours.