In this course, students will sharpen their skills in evaluating international business research through hands-on empirical analysis and reporting. The curriculum is divided into three phases: learning the fundamentals of empirical analysis with real-world examples, conducting independent research projects, and presenting findings to encourage class discussions and feedback. Focused on international business scenarios, the course examines how enterprises and industries adapt to challenges such as environmental shifts, governmental policies, and social changes. Students will not only deepen their understanding of these dynamic factors but also acquire practical skills for risk assessment and decision-making in complex business environments.