Journal of Jesuit Business Education VOLUME 10
The Journal of Jesuit Business Education is the peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of the Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE). The journal is dedicated to the distribution of scholarly work and commentary with a focus on the distinctiveness of business education in the Jesuit tradition. Editorial: The Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Stephen J. Porth, Joan Lee, and Paul F. Buller. Articles: Catholic Social Teaching and Pope Francis on Free Markets and Sustainability, Robert J. Spitzer. Teaching Ethics in Finance: An Applications Approach Utilizing the Flipped, Hybrid Course Format, Karyl B. Leggio. To “Taste Internally”: Ignatian Pedagogy and Service-Learning at the Farmers Market, Stacey M. Jones, Kristi A. Lee, Michael Saito, and Jennifer Tilghman-Havens. Ignatian Pedagogy in Quantitative Business Courses: Using Experience and Reflection to Enrich Learning in Data Mining, Kathleen Garwood Campbell and João Neiva de Figueiredo. Changing Lives Through Education: A Community Based Approach to Addressing Educational Disadvantage Among Marginalised Families in Dublin, Ireland, Gina Quin. Mission-Related Outcomes Assessment at a Jesuit Catholic University, Peggy Sue Loroz and Vivek Patil.