Journal of International Education in Business: Volume 16 Issue 1


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Exploring peer feedback on behaviour in the international classroom: a case study on students’ experiences and perceptions

Ingrid Van Rompay-Bartels, Jannemieke Geessink

In spite of the potential of peer feedback, research related to the international classroom and the development of intercultural competences remains limited. This paper aims to…


Student-managed investment funds (SMIFs) in India: the perspectives of student fund managers

Alphil Maria Joseph, Jerrin Jose, Anusha Srinivasan Iyer

This paper aims to explore how the student fund managers perceive the benefits of being part of the fund. Furthermore, this paper examines the country-specific challenges of…

Virtual study abroad: is there life after the pandemic?

John W. Upson, Erich B. Bergiel

This study aims to investigate the potential for virtual study abroad (VSA) programs to exist in a post-pandemic world. VSAs quickly grew in popularity when the COVID-19 pandemic…

The role of information literacy in promoting “discovery” to cultivate the entrepreneurial mindset

Lisa Bosman, Bhavana Kotla, Carolina Cuesta, Neeraj Duhan, Taofeek Oladepo

Accessibility to entrepreneurial education can be very restrictive because of associated barriers (e.g. add-on course/credit cost and prolonged duration) that prevent students…

Systematic review of short-term study abroad outcomes and an agenda for future research

Andrew Bradly, Marina Iskhakova

The purpose of this paper is to serve as a comprehensive review of short-term study abroad (STSA) outcomes to help guide future STSA and study abroad (SA) scholars and…

Adoption of digital learning environments during the COVID-19 pandemic: merging technology readiness index and UTAUT model

Pável Reyes-Mercado, Karla Barajas-Portas, Jati Kasuma, Margarita Almonacid-Duran, Guillermo Alfredo Zamacona-Aboumrad

The purpose of this study is to analyze the intentions and use behavior of digital learning environments in business education under the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital learning…

Digital serious game to engage business students in active lectures: a pilot study

Tobias Endress, Anton Pussep, Markus Schief

This study aims to investigate an integrated approach that stimulates engagement and interaction in the online learning environment. A simulation game was developed to support the…

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