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Discourses on Business Education at the College Level

On the Boundaries of Content and Praxis

Sabra E. Brock (Hrsg.), Peter J. McAliney (Hrsg.)

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Drawing from doctoral level research on how best to teach business education to college students, Discourses on Business Education at the College Level illustrates new and proven ideas for engaging students. Sixteen authors from New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development describe their experiences in upgrading and expanding the quality of the business education experience. Business school instructors can use this edited collection to draw inspiration and learn specific techniques to bring their courses to the cutting edge of curriculum. Topics range from teaching accounting, financial literacy, marketing, and teamwork to gamification, improving international student and intern experience, not-for credit education, and virtual workplace learning.

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research on college business students, postgraduate education, methodology, education research, learning outcomes, accounting, New York University, curriculum design, business, Master of Business Administration, collaborative publication, teaching, Business schools, PhD student output, pedagogy, management, economics, college business education instruction, college business school curricula, improving business education, MBA