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Accounting Aberrations: A Manager’s Dilemma
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 35-48 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2013), 14 page(s)
By Mohan Gopinath, Kavita Chavali, Dolphy Abraham, and C Kishan Rao. The discussion point in the case revolves around a senior banker in India who used unethical methods and misused his position of trust by making fraudulent withdrawals from the unclaimed balances account in the branch. The mitigating circumstance...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 8, 2013, pp. 35-48 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2013), 14 page(s)
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Asia Pacific Breweries: Achieving Growth through Regionalization
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 4, 2009, pp. 47-72 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2009), 26 page(s)
By Nitin Pangarkar and Jie Wu. In February 2009, Singapore-based Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) was at a critical juncture in the development of its regionalization strategy. Its extensive network of breweries in the Asia Pacific region had significantly boosted its revenues, profits, as well the reputation of its k...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 4, 2009, pp. 47-72 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2009), 26 page(s)
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Be a Radio Jockey': An Experiential Learning Assignment in a Cultural Communication Course
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 217-232 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 16 page(s)
By Payal Mehra. Educators use experiential learning techniques in the classroom to assist students in the construction of knowledge and practice critical reflection. The current article describes an experiential activity, “Be a Radio Jockey”, in a cross cultural communication course in a business school agains...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 217-232 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 16 page(s)
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Brazil or Beyond: Exploring Why Brazilian Management Professors Choose to Study Abroad for a Ph.D.
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 6, 2011, pp. 139-162 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2011), 24 page(s)
By Eric Ford Travis and Sergio Bulgacov. This article was produced from research about foreign influence in graduate management programs at Brazilian public universities. The study was inductive in nature, inspired by Applied and Interpretive Anthropology, intending to contribute to educational policy. One aspect...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 6, 2011, pp. 139-162 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2011), 24 page(s)
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A Case of Hurricane Irene: Disaster Recovery Preparedness Score
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 7, 2012, pp. 47-64 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2012), 18 page(s)
By Ehi E. Aimiuwu. This case study is for business students, who are taking a class in Disaster Recovery from an internet securities perspective. It is recommended that the students should have been exposed to the issues of disaster recovery (DR), recovery plans, business criticality, business tolerance, computer...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 7, 2012, pp. 47-64 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2012), 18 page(s)
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Comparing Students’ Performance in an International Business Class Across Two Nations: An Exploratory Study
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 95-116 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 22 page(s)
By Mourad Dakhli and Ihsen Ketata. The internationalization of the American model of higher education, especially in business and management has led to the adoption of a wide array of North American practices and approaches. This, among others, has included the incorporation of courses and programs developed at le...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 95-116 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 22 page(s)
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A Comparison of Curriculum Internationalization Efforts at AACSB Schools Based on the School’s Mission and Strategic Direction
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 5-20 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 16 page(s)
By Timothy A. Manuel and Nader H. Shooshtari. This paper presents selected results from a survey of AACSB-accredited business schools’ progress in internationalizing their curricula in view of a recent AACSB report. In the 2011 report, AACSB criticized business programs for not coordinating internationalization...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 10, 2015, pp. 5-20 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2015), 16 page(s)
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Corporate Governance and Communications Transparency in the DaimlerChrysler Post-Merger Era
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 1, 2004, pp. 91-110 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2004), 20 page(s)
By Robert Lobue. This case study concentrates on comparing the German and U.S. corporate governance systems using the recent experiences of DaimlerChrysler AG and its chairman, Jürgen Schrempp, as reported in the international business press to illuminate differences in investor relations communications practices...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 1, 2004, pp. 91-110 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2004), 20 page(s)
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Designing a New Course: The Global Environment of Business
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 1, 2004, pp. 145-164 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2004), 20 page(s)
By David W. Conklin. Businesses confront significant differences among countries in regard to industry structures as well as economic, political, societal, and technological forces. These differences create new challenges and opportunities for a business as it extends its activities internationally. Consequently,...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 1, 2004, pp. 145-164 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2004), 20 page(s)
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Developing Worldview as a Learning Objective: A Rubric for Assessment of International Travel Programs
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in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 4, 2009, pp. 251-268 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2009), 18 page(s)
By Jeanie Mannheimer Forray and Jill Woodilla. This paper presents the concept of worldview and its relevance to business programs, and offers an assessment rubric for evaluating the extent to which travel/study courses used to internationalize the business curriculum are successful at developing students' worldvi...
in Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 4, 2009, pp. 251-268 (Edinburgh, Scotland: Neilson Journals Publishing, 2009), 18 page(s)
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