The Journal of Jesuit Business Education

The Journal of Jesuit Business Education is the peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of the Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) dedicated to the publication and distribution of scholarly work with a focus on the distinctiveness of business education in the Jesuit tradition. The current issue is availble in print only, past journals are available in print or can be dowloaded digitally as total volumes or as individual articles Search the JJBE Archives by clicking here.

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Journal of Jesuit Business Education VOLUME 9

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Editorial

The Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Stephen J. Porth, Joan L. Lee, Paul F. Buller

 

Articles

Using the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm to Form Ethical Leaders, Joan L. Lee and John P. Koeplin

Toward An Integrated “In All Things” Based Ignatian and Praxis Based Aristotelian Theory Building Epistemology. Richard P. Nielsen 

Technological Innovation and Social Justice: In Dialogue with Catholic Social Teaching, Timothy J. Swift

Business School Graduate Profiles: From the Declared Ideal to Discordance Between Business School Executives - An Analysis of Five Jesuit Business Schools, Enrique López Viguria and Josep M. Lozano

Laudato Si’ in Action: Business as a Vocation Promoting the Common Good, Angela M. Senander

Weltanschauung and the Autobiography: Transforming the Jesuit Business School Experience Through Sharing Personal Stories, William L. Weis, Nadeje Alexandre and Hartley E. McGrath

Preliminary Assessment of the Ignatian-Centered DBA Program: Building the Next Generation of Ignatian Educators

 

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Journal of Jesuit Business Education VOLUME 8

Table of Contents

Editorial

The Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Stephen J. Porth, Joan Lee, Paul F. Buller

 

Articles

Leadership Development Along el Camino Ignaciano, Chris Lowney, Stephen Porth and Francis Petit

The 2016 Jesuit Task Force Report on “Justice in the Global Economy:” Analysis, Implications and Actions for Jesuit Business Schools, Gene R. Laczniak and Nicholas J.C. Santos, S.J.

Portico: An Introduction to Business as an Ethical Practice, Sarah Cabral, Joseph Cioni, Jeremy Evans, Amy LaCombe, and Michael Smith

Building Ignatian Values into a Collaborative Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Program, Tom Purcell, Anne York and Desarae Fichepain

Project-based Service Learning: A Tool for Educational Enrichment, Mirjeta Beqiri and Adriane Leithauser

Ignatian Business Values and Benefit Corporations: A Countercultural and Revolutionary Theory of the Firm, Sergio Castello and Andrew Sharp

Keystone XL Pipeline Project: An Interactive Law, Policy, and Ethics Exercise, Meaghan Shaughnessy

 

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Journal of Jesuit Business Education VOLUME 7

Table of Contents

Editorial

  • The Journal of Jesuit Business Education, Stephen J. Porth, Joan Lee, Paul F. Buller

Articles

  • The Jesuit University and Business School Mission: Challenges and Priorities, Enrique López Viguria
  • The Role of the Imagination in Whole Person Education: Creativity, Empowerment, and Transformation, Jessica Ludescher Imanaka
  • A Global Jesuit Case Series: Towards Principled Leadership in a Turbulent World, Dennis O’Conner, Daniel Orne, and David McCallum
  • Men and Women for and with Others: Enhancing the Application of a Jesuit Ideal with Concepts from Social Marketing, Karl C. Alorbi
  • Integrating Ignation Values into an International Executive MBA Immersion Experience, Joseph P. Shadle, Elaine Crable, Hema Krishnan
  • Speed D-bating: Ignation Pedagogy Meets Speed Dating, Joan Lee
  • Educating Future Business Leaders in the Jesuit Tradition: Incorporating Chris Lowney’s Four Core Pillars into a Business Strategy Course, Catherine C. Giapponi
  • Learning through Reflection in Management Education, Maria A. Quijada, Catherine McGrath and Aimee Wheaton 

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