The mission of the Journal of International Business Education is to enhance education in international business worldwide through the publication of high quality refereed teaching materials, articles on key developments in teaching methods and technologies, and new institutional frameworks for international business education.
The JIBE seeks to publish:
1. Case studies relating to international business (broadly defined), which would qualify for use in classrooms and other learning environments of internationally acclaimed higher education institutions. Case studies should have clear pedagogical objectives illustrating important and difficult issues supported by proper and relevant data. Teaching notes should be included. The JIBE will publish a wide range of case study formats including written paper-based cases, video/film case studies, and software based cases. Case studies should ideally be current i.e. within the last 2 years, although those illustrating key issues in international business can extend through the last 2 decades.
2. Lectures on any aspect of international business. These can be of any length and can vary from the equivalent of a review article or textbook chapter to a short note on a particular topic. Submitted papers are not exclusively restricted to original subject matter. A new way of explaining a concept and/or application would be acceptable for publication. In addition, authors are encouraged to assist with the dissemination of research to students by writing papers which summarize new or neglected quality research
3. Reviews of case studies and overviews of textbooks in specific sub fields of international business to highlight those which contribute most to international business education.
4. Teaching Strategies which have been proved to be successful and represent best practice in the teaching of international business. These may include reviews of new courses, e-learning, and new approaches by leading international business teaching institutions.
5. Current issues which deal with the corporate sector and its relation to international business education. Topics for papers include strategies for corporations toward educational institutions, executive education, in-company training and corporate universities, as well as real life experience essays by top CEOs and other outstanding senior executives from around the world.