November 06, 2008


I have been working one my gbe pma since the last few days. It has been such an interesting experience. I have got so much more interested in international trade now. I barely knew anything about international trade but all of a sudden I find it so interesting how the world functions. Something that stayed well with me were some really interesting practices some follow in other countries.

I barely knew anything about the world financial crisis, or the sub prime morgage crisis. But now I know so much. I think this course is very practical as in the future too I see myself researching about international trade to know the trends and so on.

Researching itself is fun. Looking for information on Proquest or going to the library and searching for books......Its also fun to meet classmates in the library and nag about the length (4000 words...I think its too much...hahaha)...

Overall I would say that so far my journey in grad skool studying mbe has been very interesting...

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  1. congrads abhi
    so u did a good job in this PMA

    06 Nov 2008, 22:53

  2. Mariana

    Hey Abhi,

    I really like this subject too. For me It’s facinating how the world is complex.
    I think 4000 words is a lot too.

    10 Nov 2008, 19:32

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