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 2

Table of Contents

  • Listening a la Ignatius, John C. Haughey, S.J.
  • Humility, Magis, and Discernment: A Jesuit Perspective on Education for Business Leadership, William J. Byron, S.J.
  • Business Ethics in Action: Jesuit Business School Strategies for Engaging Business Executives, Kirk O. Hanson
  • An International Service Learning Course in a Developing Country, Winston Tellis
  • Marketing to the Poor: A Justice-Inspired Approach, Nicholas J. C. Santos, S.J., Gene R. Laczniak
  • Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola?  Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Ji-Hee Kim, Ronald Rivas, Coral Snodgrass
  • Advancing a Mission-Centered Business School:  A Process for Engaging Faculty and Tracking Progress, Molly B. Pepper, Peggy Sue Loroz, Vivek Patil, Christopher Stevens, Paul F. Buller

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Journal of Jesuit Business Education VOLUME 1

Table of Contents

  • The Distinctiveness of Jesuit Schools, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.
  • Are We Different?  A Comparative Analysis of Jesuit Business Education, Joan L. Van Hise and Barbara M. Porco
  • The Competitive Advantage of Jesuit Business Schools, Chris Lowney
  • The Spiritual Exercises: A Paradigm for a Reflection on Good Teaching, Mary Ann Donnelly
  • Advancing the Common Good: Does Justice Conflict with Markets?  Paul L. Locatelli, S.J.
  • Markets Organize Our Lives, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J.
  • Getting to the Heart of Business Ethics, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.
  • Higher Education for Business in the Jesuit Tradition, Andre L. Delbecq, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., John C. Haughey, S.J., Anthony Hendrickson, Michael Stebbins, Agnieszka Winkler

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