Multiple Perspectives on Internationalizing the Business School Curriculum: The Why, What, and How
Journal of Management Education
This article reports the results of a small survey of business faculty, American and international students, returned expatriates, and internationalizing authors on the topic of why the business school curriculum should be internationalized, what should be taught, and how students' outlooks and competencies might be changed. Several differences in the perspectives of these groups are identified. Then a three-stage model of curriculum internationalization is developed that integrates the different purposes, outcomes, and strategies identified in the survey. The model suggests appropriate approaches for business schools to consider depending on their purposes for internationalization.
McEvoy, G. M. "Multiple Perspectives on Internationalizing the Business School Curriculum: The Why, What, and How." Journal of Management Education, 1992, 16, 5, 115-132.