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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 Rhetorical Obstacles In The Teaching Of Economics
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    Chapter 3 A Total Quality Improvement Approach to Student Learning
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    Chapter 4 Educating Leaders For The New Competitive Environment
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    Chapter 5 Perspectives On Problem-based Learning
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    Chapter 6 PBL, Ideology Or Practical Solution?
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    Chapter 7 Differences In The Organisation And Application Of Knowledge Between Novice, Intermediate And Experienced Auditors
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    Chapter 8 Problem Solving Strategies
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    Chapter 9 The Reading, Interpretation And Usage Of Scientific Articles In Undergraduate Accounting Education
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    Chapter 10 The Development Of Expertise In Management Accounting
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    Chapter 11 Teaching For Expertise
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    Chapter 12 Choosing the Right Platform for Computer-Based Materials Used in Teaching and Learning Economics
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    Chapter 13 A New Software Architecture For Simulation
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    Chapter 14 Using Online Databases In Applied Economics
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    Chapter 15 Running The British Economy. A High Quality Learning Environment
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    Chapter 16 An Economic Game As An Interactive Learning Environment
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    Chapter 17 Using A Computer Based Management Simulation Exercise For Developing Business Specific And General Transferable Skills In Hospitality Management Students
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    Chapter 18 Integrating Multidimensional Business Knowledge Using A Non-Computerised Business Game
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    Chapter 19 Teaching Problem-Solving And Analytical Thinking Skills: With A Special Reference To Modelling In Management Science
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    Chapter 20 Economics And Electronic Spreadsheets: Interdisciplinary Economics In Education
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    Chapter 21 Bridging The Gap Between Informatics And Business Disciplines
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    Chapter 22 Modelling And Learning. Using Systems Methodology And Algorithms In Teaching Strategic Management And Planning
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    Chapter 23 Quantitative Methods In A Problem-Based Curriculum
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    Chapter 24 Problem-Based Learning And Teaching Mathematical Subjects: An Attempt At Bridging The Gap In Maastricht
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    Chapter 25 Discovery Of The Reality. Experiences With Integrated Project Studies
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    Chapter 26 Teaching PIMS Principles In A Problem-based Learning Environment
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    Chapter 27 Educational Innovation In Problem — Based Learning: Teaching Service Management Through Team Teaching And With Quality Techniques
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    Chapter 28 Student Directed Learning: A Business Challenge For Freshmen
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    Chapter 29 Problem-Based Learning In The Business Curriculum: An Alternative To Traditional Approaches
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    Chapter 30 Students’ Assessment Of The Effectiveness Of The Various Activities In A Non-Traditional Course
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    Chapter 31 The Use Of Students As Consultants In Live Case Study Tasks. Progress At Newcastle Business School
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    Chapter 32 Looking For Benchmarks In Vocational Training
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    Chapter 33 Distance Education And Problem-Based Learning
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    Chapter 34 Case-Methodology To Teach Problem-Solving Skills
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    Chapter 35 Variations To Problem-Based Learning Due To Course Requirements
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    Chapter 36 The Development Of A Curriculum For Project Management And Real Estate Management
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    Chapter 37 Peer Group Support In Economics. Innovations In Problem Based Learning
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    Chapter 38 Student Assessment In A Problem-Based Curriculum
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    Chapter 39 Problem-Solving And Assessment The Maastricht Experiences
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    Chapter 40 What Do We Learn From Test Scores? A Case Study On The Use Of Test Scores For Evaluative Purposes
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    Chapter 41 Discrepancies In The Labour Market For RL-Educated Economists
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    Chapter 42 Do Staff Members Appreciate The Problem Based Learning Approach?
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    Chapter 43 Restructuring The Maastricht Program In Economics And Business Administration: Some Lessons Learned From Managing This Project
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    Chapter 44 Reflections On Innovation Methodology
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    Chapter 45 Developing And Managing Faculty-Driven Innovation: A Continuous Improvement Model With Self-Directed Work Teams
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    Chapter 46 Business Schools And Innovation: Receptive Contexts For Change?
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    Chapter 47 Universal Learning: A Science And Methodology For Education And Training
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    Chapter 48 Universal Learning As A Tool For Educational Tranformation And Process Control Systems In Problem-Based Programs
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    Chapter 49 The Nature Of Education And The Short-Termism Threat: The Special Case Of Accounting Education
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    Chapter 50 Economics and Political Correctness in a European Setting
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    Chapter 51 The Resistance Of The Established Educational System To Problem-Based Learning: The Turkish Case
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    Chapter 52 Applicability Of The ‘Problem-Based Learning’ Approach To An International Student Body: Some Preliminary Results From Economics
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    Chapter 53 Experiencing A Tutorial Group
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    Chapter 54 Mathematics, Economics, And Electronic Spreadsheets: Interdisciplinary Economies In Education
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    Chapter 55 Organisation of Education In A Problem-based Programme
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    Chapter 56 A Symposia: MBAs Working In A Problem-based Environment
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    Chapter 57 Running The British Economy
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    Chapter 58 Competence in Economics: To Test Or Not To Test, That’s The Question!
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    Chapter 59 How To Design A Curriculum/Block
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    Chapter 60 A Symposia: Managing The Evolution Of Problem-based Learning In The MBA Programme At Ohio University
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    Chapter 61 An Interactive Simulation Game Focused On The Microeconomic Fundamentals Of Macroeconomics
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    Chapter 62 Task Construction In Problem Based Learning
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    Chapter 63 Bridging The Gap Between Informatics And Business Disciplines
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    Chapter 64 Developing Computer Based Learning Materials For Economics Using ToolBook™
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    Chapter 65 A Workshop: The Role Of The Tutor In Problem-based Learning
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    Chapter 66 Using On-Line Databases In Applied Economics: A Measure Of Efficiency Or Effectiveness
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    Chapter 67 Choosing The Right Platform For Computer-Based Materials Used In Teaching And Learning Economics: First Session
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    Chapter 68 Computer-based Problem-solving Environments: Stella
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    Chapter 69 Choosing The Right Platform For Computer-Based Materials Used In Teaching And Learning Economics: Second Session
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Title
Educational Innovation in Economics and Business Administration:
Published by
Springer Science & Business Media, January 1995
DOI 10.1007/978-94-015-8545-3
ISBNs
978-0-7923-3272-5, 978-9-04-814504-1, 978-9-40-158545-3
Editors

Gijselaers, Wim H., Tempelaar, Dirk T., Keizer, Piet K., Blommaert, Jos M., Bernard, Eugene M., Kasper, Hans

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 17%
Student > Bachelor 1 17%
Researcher 1 17%
Student > Master 1 17%
Unknown 2 33%
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Arts and Humanities 1 17%
Business, Management and Accounting 1 17%
Computer Science 1 17%
Medicine and Dentistry 1 17%
Unknown 2 33%