1st Edition

Utilizing New Information Technology in Teaching of International Business
A Guide for Instructors





ISBN 9781138478985
Published February 7, 2020 by Routledge
164 Pages

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Originally published in 1985 this book looks at the way in which some businesses in high technology manufacturing industry have organised their structures and processes in order to manage product innovation effectively. Including detailed case studies of both British and American companies, the book gives examples of both effective and less effective practices. The author puts forward a general framework of good practice for the benefit of both practitioners and business studies students.

Table of Contents

Introduction Erdener Kaynak

1. Teaching International Business in the Information Age: State of the Art Fahri Karakaya

2. Using An Intelligent Database in the Classroom: The Case of the Country Consultant Vivek Bhargava, Cuneyt Evirgen, Michel Mitri, S. Tamer Cavusgil

3. An Early Critical Examination of Using Simulation in the Teaching of International Marketing: An Evaluation of 'Export to Win' George V. Priovolos

4. Selecting Software for Teaching International Business: An Analysis of Existing Programs Edward W. Schmitt and Gary P. Kearns

5. Electronic Data Retrieval in International Business Education: Prospects and Resources Fred Miller and Linda Gillespie Miller

6. Using International Financial Databases in Teaching International Accounting Courses Abdel M. Agami

7. Evaluation of Computer Bases Information Sources for International Business Richard K. Harper and Ronald F. Bush

8. Simulating the Global Market Place: A Software Review and Comparison J. A. F. Nicholls and Lucette B. Comer

9. Software Applications for International Business Education: A Review of Compact Disclosure and Disclosure/Worldscope Software John William Clarry

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Biography

Fahri Karakaya