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Zhang, Guohua; Wang, Lifei; Ai, Bin – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
Under the influence of economic globalization, Chinese enterprises are seeking more international market shares, and Africa is one of their crucial markets. This calls for translators who are experienced in multilingual business communication, which brings a challenge for business translation education in Chinese universities. In this paper, a…
Descriptors: Translation, Teaching Methods, International Trade, Case Studies
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Liou, Ru-Shiun; Nisar, Shaista; Lee, Kevin; Dixon, Deirdre; Pennington, Julie – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
In light of diverse designs of the international business (IB) curriculum, this study investigates how the IB curriculum that requires students to major in a functional area enhances students' cultural intelligence as well as differentiates the effect of students' study abroad experience above and beyond various functional IB courses. By…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, International Trade, Business Administration Education, Majors (Students)
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Fakhreldin, Hadia; Youssef, Noha; Anis, Marwa – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The study examines the impact of introducing several cross-cultural management courses in the undergraduate program of a business school on the students' cultural intelligence level and on their ability to manage conflict more effectively. The experimental method is used where students in the experimental and the control groups respond to the same…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Training, Management Development, Undergraduate Students, Cultural Awareness
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Cheng, Louis T. W.; Armatas, Christine A.; Wang, Jacqueline W. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
In this paper, we report on the analysis of data collected from 684 students majoring in Accounting and Finance, to examine the relationship between academic outcomes and Work-integrated Education (WIE) and International Study Exchange (ISE) experiences. Both WIE and ISE are common elements of undergraduate business education because of the…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, International Educational Exchange, Undergraduate Students, Majors (Students)
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Kaltenecker Retto de Queiroz, Evodio – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The purpose of this manuscript is to develop a taxonomy for the governance of elite business schools based on two factors: (i) their geographic dispersion and (ii) the coordination between the main campus, international branch campuses, research centers, and other business schools. The research question that drives this manuscript is: "Are…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Taxonomy, Governance, Selective Admission
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Irsyadillah, Irsyadillah; Ahmed, Ahmed Hassan; ElKelish, Walaa Wahid – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
This study examines the content of introductory financial accounting (IFA) textbooks to answer the questions: (1) do the textbooks inculcate global mindsets? (2) How and the extent to which the textbooks reflect global mindsets? We analyzed the textbooks by attentively read the texts, followed by an in-depth discussion among the researchers to…
Descriptors: Accounting, Textbooks, Business Administration Education, Textbook Evaluation
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Sampaio, Carlos; Régio, Mónica; Morgado, Margarida – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
Companies' demands and competition in the job market push International Business students to become ready to work in multilingual environments where English is the main language of communication. Rather than expecting students to learn English by exposure or on their own there are content and language integrated approaches (such as Content and…
Descriptors: Accounting, Content and Language Integrated Learning, Learning Motivation, International Trade
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Hermann, Roberto Rivas; Amaral, Marcelo; Bossle, Marilia Bonzanini – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The literature on international business teaching has contributed to the development of international internships as a learning pedagogy through three key areas: making sense of the students' developed competences and prospective added employment value following their participation in international internships, the role of support structures in…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Internship Programs, Business Administration Education, Study Abroad
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Steagall, Jeffrey W.; Falk, Peter; Gallo, Andres; Porter, Thomas W. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The global nature of the modern business world has expanded the set of skills and attitudes necessary for success, even among new bachelor degree graduates. Although US business schools have primarily integrated international concepts through their curricula, students who stay at their home institutions for their entire degree programs do not live…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Student Attitudes
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Hernández-Díaz, Arleen; Fernández-Morales, Leticia M.; Vega-Vilca, José C.; Córdova-Claudio, Mario – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
The Caribbean has one of the lowest rates of student participation in study abroad programs. This comparative study aims to contribute to the research on business students' attitudes toward studying abroad, specifically for students in public institutions in the Caribbean. The research shows that positive perceptions of students toward studying or…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Business Administration Education, Study Abroad, Student Attitudes
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Curran, Ross; Arroteia, Nuno; Blesa, Andreu; Musteen, Martina; Ripollés, Maria – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
Enhancing individuals' preparedness to work across borders is of growing importance. This study explores the role of Cultural Intelligence and Psychological Empowerment in enhancing Task Performance among students engaged in an international experiential game-based learning project: The Global Game Challenge (GGC). Data collected from the delivery…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Student Empowerment, Game Based Learning, Experiential Learning
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Corrales, Kathleen A.; Lombana-Coy, Jahir; Rey-Paba, Lourdes – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2021
This article discusses the development of global competence through the integration of a series of international-intercultural in-class activities in a Latin American international business (IB) course. A pre- and post-survey were applied and analyzed using a non-parametric Wilcoxon test to identify changes in student perceptions of their global…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism, Competency Based Education
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Zwerg-Villegas, Anne Marie; Hiller, George L. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Experiential learning (EL) projects require planning, patience, and commitment on the part of the organizing and facilitating instructors. Language, culture, time zone, and institutional diversity exacerbates the inherent difficulties in conducting virtual, international EL projects. This manuscript discusses an ongoing multi-country project…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Program Descriptions, College Faculty, Computer Simulation
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Blevins, Benjamin; Ramírez, Guadalupe C.; Wight, Jonathan B. – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
Using a case study, this paper explores the pedagogy and logistical best practices of leading short-term study trips to the indigenous highlands of Guatemala. The goals of community-engagement are to have students: 1) interact with people of different cultural, linguistic, political, and economic world views, expanding their range of…
Descriptors: Program Length, Study Abroad, Service Learning, Best Practices
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Gil, Miguel; Reyes, María – Journal of Teaching in International Business, 2020
This paper examines whether an international short-term trip helps students to develop a global mind-set. A quantitative and qualitative analysis was carried out with students at Tecnologico de Monterrey (Mexico) who did a one-week international trip to New York. The results suggest that the international short-term trip further developed the…
Descriptors: International Trade, Business Administration Education, Global Approach, Travel
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