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Gonzalez-Perez, Maria Alejandra

The Palgrave Handbook of Experiential Learning in International Business

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Table of contents

Part I. Theories and Concepts of Experiential Learning in International Business/International Management

1. Introduction: Experiencing the World
Allan Bird

2. Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations: Experiential Learning in International Business and International Management Fields
Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Vas Taras

3. Teaching International Business without Teaching International Business: Opportunities through Considering the Students’ International Environment
Christian Zuber, Hans-Christian Pfohl

4. Students as Global Virtual Team Leaders: A Model for Enquiry-Based Experiential Learning
Peter Zettinig, Audra I. Mockaitis, Lena Zander

5. Integrated Experiential Learning: Africa and the United States
Lucy Ojode

6. A Model of the Firm’s Sources of Experiential Knowledge in the Internationalization Process
Luis Alfonso Dau

7. A Comprehensive Approach to Understand Learning Styles across Countries: A Comparison between the Japanese and Thai Employees of Japanese MNCs
Yoshitaka Yamazaki, Thitiwat Attrapreyangkul

8. Investing in Human Capital through Training and Development: An Experiential Learning Framework
Adrienne A. Isakovic

Part II. Examples of Experiential Learning Projects in International Business/International Management

9. X-Culture: Challenges and Best Practices of Large-Scale Experiential Collaborative Projects
Vas Taras, Xavier Ordeñana

10. A Decade of Global Enterprise Experiences
Deb Gilbertson, Virginia Cathro

11. Designing Experiential into an International Business Programme
Allan Bird, Henry W. Lane, Nicholas Athanassiou

12. Combining Cross-Border Online Teams and Field Projects in Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies
Tiit Elenurm

13. Alternative Modes of Teaching International Business: Online Experiential Learning
Meena Chavan

14. Intergenerational and Multicultural Experiential Learning in International Business Education
Alfredo Jiménez, Carmen Palmero

15. Action Learning for International Business Students: The Role of Global Consulting Projects in the MBA Curriculum
James P. Johnson, D. Michael Brown

16. It Takes a Global Village: A Network Approach to Providing Executive MBA Students with a Truly Global Experience
José R. Torre

17. The Role of Experiential Learning in Educating Responsible Citizens
Weng Si Clara Lei, Ching Chi Cindia Lam, Fernando Lourenço, Natalie Sappleton

18. Experiential Learning Project on Doing Business in the ‘bottom-of-the-pyramid’ Markets of Central and Eastern Europe
Aleksandra Wąsowska

19. Creative Ways of Engaging in the Global Community: Experiential Learning Approach
Irina Naoumova, Annette Rogers

20. Social Enterprise Work Placements: Connecting Competence to International Management Experience
Josh Lange, Keith Douglass Warner

21. Global Knowledge to Local Practice: Experiential Service Learning Model in International Business and Social Entrepreneurship Education
Sunny Jeong

22. Transformative Experiences in Teaching International Business: A Study Using an Online Blended Learning System across Geographies and Contexts
Suresh George, Basil Janavaras, Todd H. Friends

23. Game On: Virtual Reality in International Business Education
Grishma Shah, John Cragin

24. Developing Cultural Intelligence Using Social Media
Olivia Hernández-Pozas

25. Who Are You Really? Exploring Cultural Identity from the Inside Out
Ruth C. May

26. Experiential Learning through the Design Thinking Technique
Maiia Deutschmann, Moritz Botts

27. Reflexivity, Critical Reflection, and Mindfulness in Experiential Learning: Developing Successful International Business Graduates
Mark Tayar, Varina Paisley

28. Transition to Professional Life through Experiential Learning: An Undergraduate Course
Bülent Kılıç, Rengin Işık, Ayşe Esra Tuncer, Pınar Özbek, Muhsine Itır Özgen

29. Enhancing Educational Quality through Active Learning in Mega Classes
Nikolaos Papazoglou

30. Balancing Skill Application with Cross-Cultural Contexts of Business in International Travel Programmes: A Site Study
Jennie L. Walker

31. Study Tours and the Enhancement of Knowledge and Competences on International Business: Experiential Learning Facilitated by UNCTAD Virtual Institute
Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez

32. Developing Global Mindsets through the China Study Programme
Connie Zheng, Jane Menzies

33. Fostering Experiential Learning in Faculty-Led Study-Abroad Programmes
Dante Di Gregorio

34. Living the Factory: Experiential Learning for International Operations Managers Training
Juan Esteban Escalante, Ricardo Uribe

35. The Study-Abroad Experience in Enhancing Cross-Cultural Tolerance and Communication
Jose F. Moreno, Luis E. Torres, Sara C. Jackson

36. A Short-Term Study-Abroad Programme: Why and How
Gordana Pesakovic

37. Suggestions for Developing an Internship Programme in Indonesia
Liem Gai Sin

38. Connecting Students and Firms to Win in Emerging Markets: The Master in Relations with Eastern Countries
Ernesto Tavoletti, Corrado Cerruti

39. Analysing an Atypical Emerging Market: Case Study of a Student Project
Susan H. Godar

40. Improving IB Learning through Multidisciplinary Simulations: Lessons from a Mock-Up of EU-US Trade Negotiations
Gabriele Suder, Mark T. Nance, Abigail Hall

41. Using Management Simulations to Enrich Students’ Learning Experiences on a Conventional MBA Programme
Michael Z. Ngoasong, Donal A. O’Neill

42. Course-Based Export/Import Projects: Workings with Real Businesses in Order to Engage Students and Produce Graduates Who Can Identify and Capitalize on Export Opportunities
Mirosław Jarosiński, Nick Robinson

43. IMF, FOREX, and International Business in Emerging Markets
Satyendra Singh

44. The Cross-Border Forum: Learning about International Business through Experience
Sara C. Jackson, Luis E. Torres, Jose F. Moreno

45. Top-Bottom of the Pyramid Collaborative Engagement
Lucy Ojode

46. French Connections: How to Succeed in Undergraduate Experiential Learning Missions
Sergio Janczak, Krista Finstad-Milion

47. Creating Textbook 2.0 with a Student Wiki
Moritz Botts, Maiia Deutschmann

48. Let’s Go Party! Marketing Research Methods Course
Natalie S. Mikhaylov

49. A Suite of Student Research Assignments in International Management
Daniel S. Zisk, Marion M. Owyar-Hosseini

50. From a Theoretical Innovation Management Course to a Creative Business Plan
Maiia Deutschmann, Moritz Botts

51. International Business and Water Colouring Flowers: Unexpected Experience through Experiment
Håkan Pihl, Annika Fjelkner

52. More Food for Thought: Other Experiential Learning Projects
Vas Taras, David M. Berg, Carolyn Buie Erdener, James M. Hagen, Adam Johns, Greta Meszoely, Varina Paisley, Daria Panina, Rachel Clapp Smith

Keywords: Business and Management, International Business, Business Strategy/Leadership, Management, Innovation/Technology Management, Economics, general, International Economics

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
945 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137467720
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-50005-5

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