International Journal of Educational Management: Volume 18 Issue 5


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Participation in tertiary study abroad programs: the role of personality

Steve Bakalis, Therese A. Joiner

The increasing trend for the globalisation of business has highlighted the need for a better understanding of the factors that influence levels of intercultural awareness within…


Teacher appraisal: a lesson on confusion over purpose

Robert Gratton

This article describes a study of a large urban school's teacher appraisal system to ascertain the teachers' perceptions of the purpose of the appraisal system in use. The study…


In search of a consensus team decision budget agreement

Philip S. Chong, Lowell R. Runyon

In searching for a new budget formula for the College of Business at California State University at Long Beach, a major university in the west, several rational budget formulas…


College tuition and perceptions of private university quality

Thomas Li‐Ping Tang, David Shin‐Hsiung Tang, Cindy Shin‐Yi Tang

This research employs institutional characteristics and market‐related factors to predict undergraduate students' tuition at 190 private colleges and universities in the USA…


Consumer confusion: reduction strategies in higher education

Graeme Drummond

This paper highlights the increasingly important topic of consumer confusion. Drawing parallels with experiences in the private sector, the concept of consumer confusion is…


Baldrige theory into practice: a working model

Mohammed Arif, Frederick M. Smiley

Malcolm Baldrige Awards has established a framework of operations in order to encourage accountability, transparent decision making, and optimal use of available resources. In…

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