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Young, John H.; Legister, Allison P. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
This exploratory study measures the effectiveness of the signature project-based learning model to assess the enhancement of student engagement. The goal of the signature project is to prepare students to apply critical thinking and collaborative skills; making connections between global financial issues and textbook concepts in application to a…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Teaching Methods, Undergraduate Students
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Pathak, Seemantini – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
This research explores how a multiple intelligences approach can be used to build a global mindset among students in online international management courses. It draws upon research in the areas of global mindset, education, cognition and learning, and neuroscience to discuss how pedagogical tools and strategies relevant to each specific…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Management Development, International Trade, Business Administration Education
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Chan, Kam C.; Fung, Anna; Fung, Hung-Gay; Yau, Jot – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
This article proposes a conceptual framework for instilling and fostering a global mindset among students of business in general and international business in particular. Students learning to become global managers must first have an open mindset and be aware of changes in themselves. When managers encounter problems at a global firm, they need to…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Business Administration Education, Teaching Methods, Decision Making
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Cheng, Louis T. W.; Wang, Jacqueline Wenjie – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
The international business education literature suggests that a global mindset can be acquired and benefit students to embrace new ideas and improve their critical thinking. Using a sample of 1,448 undergraduate students in Corporate Finance, International Finance, and Business Law subjects during 2013-2015, our results indicate that students with…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Administration Education, Critical Thinking, Undergraduate Students
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Le, Quan; Ling, Teresa; Yau, Jot – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
In today's integrated global economy, business executives of multinational corporations are required to have a flexible global mindset in order to cope with the driving forces of globalization. Thus, the global market forces stress the importance for business schools to graduate students with skill sets pertinent to functioning competitively in…
Descriptors: Global Approach, International Trade, Business Administration Education, Corporations
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Singh, Neha; Srivastava, Deepak K. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
This study makes an attempt to explore the factors affecting Indian students' preferences to study abroad programs. A survey administered in one of the leading business schools of India and subsequent analysis reveals the significance and importance of study abroad for Indian students. Result shows that the top-ranked factors affecting students'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Study Abroad, Student Attitudes, Business Administration Education
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Hakim, Luqman; Soesato, Yoyok; Dwiharja, Laksmi M.; Prakos, Albrian Fiky; Kurniawan, Riza Yonisa; Marlena, Novi; Widayati, Irin – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
Dishonesty is a phenomenon that is often encountered in educational institutions. It indicates the existence of cheating done by students in the academics. One of the strong assumptions about the phenomenon of dishonesty in students in academics is the existence of alienation that causes students' self-confidence to be low and encourage students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Alienation, Cheating, Vocational High Schools
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Parte, Laura; Garvey, Anne M.; Gonzalo-Angulo, José Antonio – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
Cognitive load theory (CLT) has rarely been applied in the area of financial accounting. This research demonstrates that by using CLT, financial accounting and reporting can benefit in the areas of teaching and decision making. The CLT indicates that by reducing the load of complex concepts in the working memory, a more efficient result is…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Administration Education, Financial Audits, Cognitive Ability
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Mayo, Michael; Howell, William; De Masi, Sara – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
Educators have long sought how to prepare students to develop a global mind set and to work under conditions of complexity and uncertainty common in many world markets. The purpose of this study was to support educators in this cause by providing them with a "hands-on" exercise readily adaptable across the business curriculum to identify…
Descriptors: International Trade, Teaching Methods, Business Administration Education, Cultural Differences
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Pounder, Paul A.; Pounder, Tracy R. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
The purpose of this article is to consider an approach to teaching entrepreneurial finance using proverbs. It explores a process framework with teaching strategies that provides prescribed guidelines on the key aspects that assist in teaching using this approach. This article demonstrates that teaching with proverbs creates the construct for…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Money Management, Guidelines, Proverbs
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Wu, Yinglu; Martin, James – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
The bottom of the pyramid (BOP) market has gained importance in international entrepreneurship due to its large market potential. Drawing on the literature of international business education, as well as social entrepreneurship and international entrepreneurship education, we propose a course to educate students how to develop business intimacy…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Entrepreneurship, Business Administration Education, Experiential Learning
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Kaartemo, Valtteri; Coviello, Nicole; Zettinig, Peter – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2018
International entrepreneurship (IE) research has gained significant attention over the last 30 years, but IE education has not yet obtained the same recognition. We investigate whether and how IE might gain admittance as a specific educational field. By employing the Delphi method with expert scholars and practitioners from around the world, we…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, International Education, International Trade, Curriculum Development
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Johnson, Jim – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2017
A growing number of U.S. business schools now offer an undergraduate degree in international business (IB), for which training in a foreign language is a requirement. However, there appears to be considerable variance in the minimum requirements for foreign language training across U.S. business schools, including the provision of…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Online Surveys, Language Proficiency
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Long, Mary M.; Sandler, Dennis M.; Topol, Martin T. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2017
For business schools, AACSB and Middle States' call for more experiential learning is one reason to provide study abroad programs. Universities must attend to the demand for continuous improvement and employ metrics to benchmark and evaluate their relative standing among peer institutions. One such benchmark is the National Survey of Student…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Study Abroad, Holistic Approach
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Tuleja, Elizabeth A. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2017
This study provides an approach to teaching and learning in the international business (IB) classroom about cultural values, beliefs, attitudes, and norms through the study of cultural metaphor. The methodology is based on established qualitative methods by using participants' visual pictures and written explanations--representative of their…
Descriptors: International Trade, Study Abroad, Foreign Countries, Qualitative Research
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