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- International Conference on Business & Management Education ICBME

Dates:January 24-27, 2011
Description:3rd International Conference on Business & Management Education "Business Education and Poverty Allevation"
Location:Bangkok, Ramada D'MA Hotel, Thailand
Subject:ICBME is intended as a forum for academics and practitioners to meet and discuss the diverse realities of business education around the world. We thus invite interesting submissions in all areas related to the conference theme, which this year is "Business Education and Poverty Alleviation". We also welcome submissions on other topics, such as: the future of business education; the nature and impact of Western hegemony on business education around the world; the structure and curricula of current and future business programs; assessing the role and function of the business school; the influence of accreditation bodies such as the AACSB; improving management education for practising middle and senior managers; problem-based learning and its applications; emotional intelligence in teaching, learning and managing; leadership; the case-study method; learner dynamics; using stories and narrative; the use and abuse of textbooks and Powerpoint; critical approaches to business education; student entrepreneurship; gender and cross-cultural issues in business education; the Internet and learning; spirituality; new technologies and media; using games, role play and simulations; internships; effective mentoring; phenomenological approaches to business education; encouraging creativity and innovation; appraising current assessment methods and standards; the environment and sustainable development; ethics, politics and business education; managerialism and bias in business education. [gem╠_╠┘ den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information]
JEL Code:M
URL:http://www.icbme.com

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