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Asarta, Carlos J.; Méndez-Carbajo, Diego – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
In an effort to de-silo the Business and Management Education (BME) field, this paper employs text mining and analysis techniques to derive information about the location of the intellectual focus of interest in economic education scholarship. We examine the abstracts of articles published in the leading economic education journal using digital…
Descriptors: Management Development, Economics Education, Periodicals, Business Administration Education
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Huels, Brian; Weber, Jill – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
This research presents an in-class activity and accompanying homework assignment designed to encourage students to engage in critical thought about managerial decisions made by a real-world company that appeared on the hit reality show "Shark Tank." This alternative approach to teaching cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis helps students…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Critical Thinking, Administration, Decision Making
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Mitchell, Robert B.; Woolridge, Richard W.; Johnson, Vess – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
The worldwide big data and analytics investment market continues to grow, with projections indicating strong compound annual growth rates over the next decade. To achieve true competitive advantage from business intelligence and data analytics, organizations must control how these investments are being integrated into the culture of the…
Descriptors: Soft Skills, Data Analysis, Decision Making, Interpersonal Competence
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Blau, Gary; Hill, T. L.; Cannon, Maureen – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
We address the lack of scales for studying the effectiveness of nonprofit management education (NME), by using responses from 62 MBA graduates who had completed an experiential nonprofit governance course to develop six NME scales: Business Skills Enhancement; Nonprofit Skills Enhancement; Nonprofit Management Knowledge; Network Expansion; NME…
Descriptors: Nonprofit Organizations, Management Development, Masters Programs, Graduate Students
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Miller, Brian William – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
There is a significant body of evidence indicating that accounting undergraduate students adopt an instrumentalist approach to learning. This paper describes an instructional project that develops an activity designed to encourage these skills on a final year management accounting course. The activity uses communicative learning pedagogies,…
Descriptors: Accounting, Undergraduate Students, Learning Processes, Teaching Methods
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Krueger, Thomas M.; Lelkes, Anne-Marie T.; Shorter, Jack D. – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
Research quality is often based on the perceived quality of journals in which the research appears. Journal quality is subjectively based on a wide array of objective journal characteristics, including acceptance rates and citations. The authors expand on recently published research by examining the extent in which journal characteristics vary…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Research Reports, Citations (References), Cross Cultural Studies
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Lasrado, Flevy; Kaul, Nandini – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
Business subjects in higher education are critical for solving today's global business challenges, but the curricula of such subjects must be designed with a focus on constructive alignment. This study aimed to introduce the application of constructive alignment in business subjects. The study provides a lens for understanding the various…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Curriculum Design, Intellectual Disciplines, Alignment (Education)
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Ferreras-Garcia, Raquel; Ribas, Carme; Sales-Zaguirre, Jordi; Serradell-López, Enric – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
The aim of this study is to provide additional evidence on the contribution of business degrees to students' competencies and learning outcomes, differentiating between face-to-face and online learning. The article examines data on competencies among business students at two universities, one classroom-based and the other online, and provides a…
Descriptors: Competency Based Education, Business Administration Education, Entrepreneurship, Undergraduate Students
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Landrum, Brittany; Bannister, Jennifer; Garza, Gilbert; Rhame, Susan – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
This study explores how students evaluate their satisfaction with online classes. Data from three focus groups of undergraduate and graduate students was analyzed using Thematic Collation and Thematic Analysis to illuminate how students evaluate their satisfaction with online classes. Student satisfaction with online learning emerged as a lived…
Descriptors: Student Satisfaction, Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Undergraduate Students
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Papyrina, Veronika; Strebel, Judi; Robertson, Bruce – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
This study examines gender differences and similarities in students' confidence in job skills from the "Job Outlook 2018" survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. As predicted, female students reported higher self-efficacy than male students in interpersonal skills, friendly/outgoing personality and…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Self Efficacy, Interpersonal Competence, Personality
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Yang, Samuel C. – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
Business schools can meet the increasingly multidisciplinary requirements of training cybersecurity professionals. But in developing curriculums, they face different cybersecurity curricular frameworks with diverse emphases. Using a meta-framework consisting of a 2x3 model and a 2x2 model, this study examines ten cybersecurity curricular…
Descriptors: Computer Security, Information Security, Business Administration Education, Curriculum Development
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Kralova, Zdena; Dolezelova, Eliska – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
The study is focused on the analysis of business English bachelor's study programs provided by Czech universities, and the self-perceived strengths and weaknesses of the program graduates in practice and their employer's requirements and evaluations. A qualitative-quantitative analysis of the data was done using three research methods: content…
Descriptors: Language Role, Business Administration Education, Business English, Second Language Learning
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Nielson, Blake; Barberi-Weil, Mikelle; Border, Tim – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
There has been an increase in sales education across the U.S. and world. Due to the growing and critical demand of sales professionals, new programs have been established at many universities. This study investigates the feasibility of adapted sales curriculum that is used in a U.S. based university and if it can be used in Latin America to help…
Descriptors: Sales Occupations, Employment Opportunities, Program Development, Universities
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Salas-Velasco, Manuel – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
The author focused on solving problems of third-degree price discrimination under a monopoly by integrating microeconomic theory and spreadsheet modeling. Price discrimination refers to a firm situation in which the same good is sold to different groups of consumers at different prices. First, the author included an introductory math background…
Descriptors: Microeconomics, Spreadsheets, Economics Education, Computer Uses in Education
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Jones, Kevin; Mendez, J. D. – Journal of Education for Business, 2021
3D printing and interdisciplinary collaboration were used to enhance an existing problem-based, team learning project in an undergraduate management course. In addition to the more traditional steps common to team building in group work, students were tasked with designing a prototype product with a basic computer-aided drawing program and then…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Undergraduate Students, Cooperative Learning, Printing
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