Society of business research


Journal of Advancements in Business Education


ISSN: ISSN 2324-8025

The aim of the Journal of Advancements in Business Education (JABE) is to promote excellence in teaching and learning by providing a forum for broad scholarly coverage of business education topics and issues.  Examples of topics include pedagogy, curriculum design, learning theory applications, instructional philosophy, and innovative teaching techniques and strategies.  Scholarly manuscripts, cases and teaching notes, and methods are all welcomed for journal submission.  The Journal of Advancements in Business Education is published by the Society of Business Research and is not affiliated with any university.  The journal is web-published, open access with an initial target acceptance rate of less than 30%.

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Volume 1

Recipe for a Bubble: Financial Leverage and the Other Variables Behind the Housing Crisis - A Teaching Note; Jim Seal, University of Portland; Richard D. Gritta, University of Portland; Brian Adams, University of Portland

Tax Compliance: A Comprehensive Individual Income Tax Return Case Study; Alli Purcell Hayes, North Central College 

Off Site, Out of Mind; Joseph W. Trefzger, Illinois State University; Joyce A. Ostrosky, Illinois State University; Richard C. Ringer, Illinois State University

Learning Style Preferences of Accounting Majors and Performance on Gleim Review Assessments; John W. Mortimer, Coastal Carolina University; Phillip Little, Coastal Carolina University; John G. Marcis, Coastal Carolina University

A Teaching Note on Offshore Financial Centers; Andrew Thomas, Memorial University; Alex Faseruk, Memorial University

Improving Students' Job Search Efforts Through the Career Marketing Plan Project; Gregory A. Rich, Bowling Green State University; David A. Reid, Bowling Green State University; George H. Jenkins, Dart Container Corporation


Volume 2

Wikipedia: Friend or Foe; Tammy Johnston, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Cindy Strickler, University of Louisiana at Monroe

Does Question Order Matter? An Analysis of Multiple Choice Question Order on Accounting Exams; Thomas G. Noland, University of South Alabama; J. Russell Hardin, University of South Alabama; Ellen K. Madden, University of South Alabama

Using Post-Exam Reviews to Improve Student Motivation and Learning; Melissa Wiseman, Houston Baptist University

Student Success in Accounting Courses: Does Course Delivery Method Matter?; Elsie Ameen, Sam Houston State University; Linda Carrington, Same Houston State University

Developing Global Leadership Skills Through International Virtual Teams; Mary L. Tucker, Ohio University; Rebecca S. Koch, Universidad de la Sabanaa - Colombia; Nicole L. Gullekson, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

Tips for Connecting with Online Students, Tammy Johnston, University of Louisiana at Monroe