Business Education in Emerging Market Economies: Perspectives and Best Practices / Edition 1

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Overview

Business Education in Emerging Market Economies discusses the impact of business education on emerging markets and explores curricular innovation, pedagogical approaches, and strategic alliances in the context of industrializing economies. Emerging markets contain 80% of the world's population and some 75% of its trade growth in the foreseeable future, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. The potential economic growth of these emerging markets has prompted a need to understand their dynamics, business institutions and educational systems. Many American universities, for example, have responded to the demand of their students and business partners by educating them about the exciting opportunities and lurking threats in these industrializing economies. This book contains multiple chapters designed to educate American students about the curricular innovations and course development occurring in emerging markets.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402080715
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 7/30/2004
  • Edition description: 2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Meet the Author

Ilan Alon is Associate Professor of International Business at the Crummer Graduate School of Business, Rollins College, the only AACSB business school in Florida ranked in the top 50 of Forbes magazine. He is the author, editor, and co-editor of seven books relating to international business, including: Chinese Economic Transition and International Marketing Strategy (Praeger, 2003) and The Internationalization of US Franchising Systems (Garland, 1999).

Dr. Alon is widely published in the field of international business and his articles have appeared in professional journals such as Journal of International Marketing, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, Thunderbird International Business Review, Journal of Global Business, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Multinational Business Review, Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, Journal of Small Business Management, and Journal of Consumer and Retailing Services among others.

Prior to coming to Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business, Dr. Alon has lectured at the State University of New York and Kent State University in the United States, Shanghai University for Science and Technology, and the University of New South Wales, in Sydney Australia.

Dr. Alon has won awards for his teaching and research. He is the recent recipient of the prestigious Chinese Marketing Award, a dual award from the Tripod Marketing Association (China) and the Society for Marketing Advances (USA). He has also been noted by Marquis Who’s Who in America, Strathmore’s Who’s Who, America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals, and Who’s Who in Business Higher Education.

John R. McIntyre is the founding Director of the Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), a national center of excellence for the Southeastern US region, and a professor of international business management with joint appointments in the College of Management and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs of the Ivan Allen College, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia. He received his graduate education at McGill, Strasbourg and Northeastern Universities, obtaining his Ph.D. at the University of Georgia. Prior to joining Georgia Tech in September l98l, he was Research Associate for International Management at the Dean Rusk Center.

Dr. McIntyre has published research articles in journals such as Osteuropa Wirtschaft (Munich), Technology and Society, Public Administration Quarterly, International Management Review, Defence Analysis (London), Studies in Comparative and International Development, Crossroads (Oxford), The Journal of European Marketing, Jeune Afrique, Le Moci (Paris), Politique Internationale (Paris), International Trade Journal, Fordham International Law Journal, International Executive.

He is author and co-editor of the following books: Uncertainty in Busines-Government Relations: The Dynamics of International Trade Policy, The Political Economy of Technology Transfer, National Security and Technology Transfer: The Strategic Dimensions of East-West Trade, International Space Policy :Legal, Economic, and Strategic Options for the Twentieth Century and Beyond and Japan’s Technical Standards: Implications for Global Trade and Competitiveness .

Dr. McIntyre has had extensive experience in designing and implementing international business education programs at the executive, graduate, and undergraduate levels. He has been the recipient of major competitive U.S. Department of Education and FIPSE grants (l984-86, l986-l988, 1993-2006), among others, to further the internationalization of business education and the integration of engineering, foreign language and international affairs into the management curriculum at all levels. The CIBER Center which he manages has focused its professional work on the Chinese Economic Area, Japan, NAFTA and MERCOSUR countries.

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Table of Contents

Multinational Consultants as Contributors to Business Education and Econonomic Sophistication in Emerging Markets.- What Is Missing from Business Education.- University Educational Reform in Transition.- Challenges for Executive Education in Latin America.- Business Education in Brazil.- Replicating Business Education Programs in Emerging Countries.- Linguistic Competency, Cultural Understanding, and Business Education in Ukraine.- Case-Based Teaching in Business Education in the Arab Middle East and North Africa.- Graduate Certificate for Students with Undergraduate Degrees from Foreign Universities.- Training Heritage Students for Managing in Emerging Markets.- Usefulness of Micro-Business Models in Developing Countries.- Virtually Situated Learning Environments.- Using Experiential Exercises to Underscore the Challenges of Emerging Markets.- Experiential Learning in Emerging Markets.- The Use of Global Work.- Directed Teams in Promoting International Competence.- Entrepreneurial Education in Argentina.- India and Business Education.- Business Education in Russia.- National Economic University and Boise State University.- An Emerging Market Player in International Business Education.

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