Journal of International Education in Business: Volume 15 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: Best sustainability teaching practices

Guest Editors: Ivo Matser, Mollie Painter, Satu Teerikangas

ISM-MICMAC approach for analysis of project-based learning barriers

Goutam Kumar Kundu, Syed Khalid Perwez

This paper aims to identify and model the key barriers to implementation of project-based learning (PjBL) in higher educational institution.

Integrating liberal education, business, and high-impact practices – the case of George Mason University’s School of Business

Anne Magro, Lisa Marie Gring-Pemble, Charish R. Bishop

In College Learning for the New Global Century, the National Leadership Council of Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) argue for a liberal education for all students…

Applying enquiry and problem based learning to mission-oriented innovation policy: from policy to pedagogy to teaching and learning practice

Sally Randles, Paul Dewick, Eleanor Hannan, Dawn Theresa Nicholson, Martijn Rietbergen, Christopher Taylor, Valeria Ruiz Vargas, Helen Wadham, Lauren Withycombe Keeler

This study aims to present theory, practice and original research findings to support the proposition that broad enquiry and problem-based learning (EPBL) approaches provide an…

The three enablers of sustainability intelligence

Jan Beyne, Lars Moratis, Ans De Vos

Sustainability intelligence is critical for the prosperity of societies worldwide, for conservation of the natural world, for achieving future business success and for the…

Diffusing corporate sustainability knowledge with online education: experiences from a massive open online course (MOOC) on sustainable fashion

Esben Rahbek Gjerdrum Pedersen, Kirsti Reitan Andersen, Ana Lucia Diaz Schiavon

This study aims to show how a massive open online course (MOOC) can be used as an educational tool to diffuse specialised corporate sustainability research globally to a broad…

Sustainability service learning in economics

Marlen Gabriele Arnold

Service learning is not comprehensively developed in economics such as the implementation of the 17 sustainability goals of the Agenda 2030 – although this would be beneficial as…

Enlarging sustainability learning through integrative thinking with a focus on cultivating virtues

Kosheek Sewchurran, Lester Merlin Davids, Jennifer McDonogh, Camille Meyer

In the African context of business practice, the authors face two interrelated challenges. First, executives need to deal strategically and sustainably with growing levels of…

Sustainability teaching using case-based debates

Panikos Georgallis, Kayleigh Bruijn

Given today’s pressing societal challenges, business schools are increasingly expected to incorporate sustainability in their curricula. Yet, while research on corporate…

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