Business education in Central Asia : best practices in integrative study and teaching
Editor: Kathryn Nantz
Edited by Dr. Kathryn Nantz, Professor of Economics at Fairfield University, the volume contains 21 articles by faculty of KIMEP University in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan exploring such topics as collaborative learning techniques, role playing, curriculum design, classroom simulation exercises, and the instructional value of Central Asian case studies. The collection provides both a theoretical grounding for more learner-centered approaches to business instruction and practical advice for faculty seeking to develop innovative exercises, assignments, and activities for students of economics, marketing, management, accounting, and other business fields.
Nantz, Kathryn, ed. Business education in Central Asia : best practices in integrative study and teaching. North Hampton, NH: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation, 2014.
Nantz, Kathryn, "Business education in Central Asia : best practices in integrative study and teaching" (2014). Economics Faculty Book Gallery. 12.