Volume 9 Number 3  |  August 2011


Contents


Editorial
(Pages i-v)


Papers

Business ethics 101: The student is not a customer
Alma Acevedo, University of Puerto Rico, USA
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.346
(Pages 1 - 11)

Commentary: In defence of the student as customer metaphor
Carl Obermiller and April Atwood, Seattle University, USA
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.346a
(Pages 13 - 16)

Rejoinder: Business ethics 101: The student is not a customer
Alma Acevedo, University of Puerto Rico, USA
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.346b
(Pages 17 - 21)

Action learning in international settings: Possibilities for developing organising insight
Amanda Hay, Nottingham Trent University, England
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.318
(Pages 23 - 36)

Student experiences and views of two different blended learning models within a part-time post-graduate programme
Doris Schedlitzki, Pat Young and Pam Moule, University of the West of England
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.332
(Pages 37 - 48)

Understanding international grading scales: More translation than conversion
Anne E Witte, EDHEC Business School, France
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.319
(Pages 49 - 59)
 
Portrayals of management fashions in contemporary management and organisational behaviour textbooks
Andrzej Huczynski, University of Glasgow, Scotland
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.342
(Pages 61 - 75)

Engaging international business students in the online environment
Nattavud Pimpa, RMIT University, Australia
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.323
(Pages 77 - 89)

 

Teaching Resource

The experiences of Chinese students entering top-up courses: Comparing students from UK-style HND courses and students from Chinese diploma courses
Dave Burnapp and Wei Zhao, University of Northampton, England
DOI:10.3794/ijme.93.334
(Pages 91 - 99)

 

Book Review

Gayle C. Avery and Harald Bergsteiner: Sustainable Leadership: Honeybee and Locust Approaches. New York: Routledge.
Paul Jennings, University of Winchester Business School, England
DOI: 10.3794/ijme.93.res
(Page 101)