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    Internationalizing K-12 Education Tony Jackson, Asia Society April 12th, 2014 College of William & Mary/Coalition for International Education Conference on “Internationalization of U.S. Education in the 21st Century” Slide 1: Cover Slide Thanks very much, and good afternoon to you all. I am delighted to able to spend some time

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    students of business management programs are about 90% international and 10% home based/local students. Internationalizing the curriculum is a very important issue regarding effectiveness of higher education programs and activities, adding also value to students’ satisfaction. Key words Internationalization curriculum, students,

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    Internationalizing the Business School Curriculum Reasons for internationalizing a business school’s curriculum include the rising levels of student demand for internationalized courses (Sangari & Foster, 1999), the growing influence of international and multinational businesses, and the large numbers of

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    programs for internationalizing business education (BIE and CIBER), with the addition of priorities for the NRCs that would strengthen their language programs and spread their impact within the university and in the wider community, and with the authorization of the Language

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    36 Internationalizing the Required MBA Marketing Course Peter J. LaPlaca Under increasing criticism from the business community and additional pressures from the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business, marketing faculty have been asked to "internationalize" their graduate marketing curriculum.This article describes a successful procedure for accompiishing this objective using cases

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    Higher education institutions, especially public colleges and universities, dependent on the environment (particularly on federal and state governments) for resources (Hoy & Miskel, 2008), are now finding themselves grappling with the need to

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    EMLYON Business School This paper presents the most comprehensive review and meta-analysis of the literature on cul-tural distance and firm internationalization to date. We analyze the effects of cultural distance on key strategic decisions throughout the entire process of internationalization. For the prein-

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    Presentation on “Internationalizing Business Curriculum – Topics in Finance”, at seminar on “Internationalizing Business Education”, sponsored by CIBER-UTA and CIBS-TAMU at the University of Texas, Austin during May 16-19, 1991. “U.S. Private Sector’s Long-Range Investment Opportunities in South East Asia.” Northwest

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    Content and Ways of Internationalizing Business Education_____4 Contribution of ICT to Internationalizing Business Education _____13 Caveats of ICT’s Impact on Student and Business Curricula’s Internationalization - The Dark Side of the Coin ?_____16

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    Education with Studies in Business and Economics, Los Angeles, California, March 1991. Conference Chair "Internationalizing Business Education Symposium," Austin, Texas, May 1991. Participant and Session Facilitator for Michigan State University--CIBER Roundtable on Internationalizing Business Schools and Faculty, East Lansing, Michigan, June 1991.

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    Education Consultants Editors and Graphic Designer Yvonne Thompson Shawn Conner Associate Director Center for International Business Education & Research Kelley School of Business 324 North Jordan Avenue Bloomington, IN 47406-7513 Susan Garcia Project Coordinator Internationalizing the Academic Standards: Indiana Outreach Coordinator

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    Touching Students’ Lives in the Age of Globalization: The Importance of Internationalizing Business Education, co-author, SWBATC (Southwest Business Administration Teaching Conference), Fall 2014 The Englishnization of Business: Does this Help or Hinder Teaching Global Business?, co-author, Education magazine,

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    Internationalizing business education: Factors affecting student participation in overseas studies. Journal of Teaching in International Business, 8(2), 57-75. Kauffmann, N. L. (1982). The impact of study abroad on personality change. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Indiana. Kim, R. & Goldstein, S. (2005). ...

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    Internationalizing Doctoral Education in Business S. Tamer Cavusgil and Nancy E. Horn, Editors Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, Michigan, 1997, 309 pp. The importance of including an international dimension in the business curriculum has been documented in the literature. This stems, in part, from the increasing importance of interna

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    across the United States. Programs encompass a variety of topics related to internationalizing business education, ranging from general themes of global interdependence to business language education, business implications of global terrorism, and economic globalization issues. Most programs take place within