11 Business Law

Miranda Walston

Last update: Feb 14/23



Business Agreements – Instructor Guide (CC-0) by Werner H. Keller and Nobuko Fujita

Course design aims to promote learner engagement in experiential learning. Students engage with course content by analyzing real-world business contracts to produce short written submissions before class thereby preparing students for in-class discussions. This instructor guide is intended to support the wider use and reuse of the course content by educators in business, law, and related disciplines. Business agreements are case studies which create memorable, thought-provoking examples to help students develop skills and knowledge of the structure and content of typical business contracts. The instructor’s teaching philosophy focuses on lifelong learning and skill development. Thus, the course is designed to enable learners to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving labour market through experiential learning opportunities for upskilling and reskilling learners’ “literacy” with business agreements.

Financial Management for Small Businesses: Financial Statements & Present Value Models (CC BY) by Lindon Robison; Steven Hanson; and J. Roy Black

This book is for those whose financial management focus is on small businesses. For you, we adapt the traditional financial management themes emphasized in corporate financial management courses to meet the needs of small businesses.

Financial Strategy for Public Managers (CC BY) by Sharon Kioko and Justin Marlowe

A new generation textbook for financial management in the public sector. It offers a thorough, applied, and concise introduction to the essential financial concepts and analytical tools that today’s effective public servants need to know.

Liquidity, Markets and Trading in Action: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (CC BY) by Deniz Ozenbas , Michael S. Pagano , Robert A. Schwartz ,  and Bruce W. Weber

This book addresses four standard business school subjects: microeconomics, finance, macroeconomics, and information systems as they relate to trading, liquidity, transaction costs, and market structure.


This chapter is adapted from Business Law in OER by Discipline Directory by Edited by Lauri M. Aesoph and Josie Gray.


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