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This is one of several resources from a larger set of instructional materials from IAJBS. This particular section offers 6 cases associated with international business venturing and socio-economic development. This pedagogy prioritizes...
Generally, ethical issues involve a choice between value systems -- an individual's, an organization's, and/or society's. Ethical dilemmas arise when there is a conflict between those values and choices that need to be made that result in those...
Algorithmic bias is a term that describes the fact that computer programs that use machine learning can be discriminatory, or unfair. Algorithms are step-by-step processes that are written in computer programming code. Machine learning is a...
This study compares learning outcomes, for an undergraduate statistics course, of traditional sections versus a section based on the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm (IPP section). It is a before/after-study of 200+ students in a total of six...
Healthcare providers (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, hospitals) contribute to the growth of an economy. In many cases, hospitals are the largest employers in their communities. Healthcare jobs are often high paying, high technology jobs. They...
The Economy of Communion (EoC) is a worldwide entrepreneurial movement which sees the person, rather than profit, as the most important focus of business. Pope Francis has strongly supported this movement, as did Popes Benedict and John Paul II...