Study Abroad/Globalizing Business Education
This Special Issue assesses the status of study abroad and global business education in light of underlying long-term trends and the recent pandemic.
List of topic areas
- Quantifying study abroad benefits;
- Comparison and contrast of program benefits across different program types;
- New developments in planning, financing, and managing study abroad offerings;
- Successful marketing techniques to enhance program participation;
- Enhancing program participation to historically underserved communities;
- Faculty compensation methodologies such as overload pay, expenses, teaching load reductions, stipends, etc.;
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion practices in study abroad;
- Effective risk management strategies and practices for globalized business education;
- Globalised business education of life-long learners and non-traditional learners;
- Case studies from non-traditional venues;
- Study abroad in the post-Covid world;
- Beneficial student outcomes with global virtual teams;
- International internships;
- Creating meaningful short-term programs
Dr John Upson,
Associate Dean and Professor, University of West Georgia, USA,
Dr Marina Iskhakova,
Senior Lecturer and Program Manager, Australian National University, Australia,
Dr Terri Feldman Barr,
Professor of Marketing, Farmer School of Business, Miami University, USA,
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Opening date for manuscripts submissions: 1 November 2023
Closing date for manuscripts submission: 31 May 2024