|Editor for Non-USA Submissions:||Tamra S. Connor, Ph.D.|
|Editor for USA Submissions:||Peter Slepcevic-Zach, Ph.D.|
The International Journal for Business Education is a refereed, open-access journal of the La Societe Internationale pour l’Enseignement Commercial--International Society of Business Education (SIEC-ISBE) organization. All articles published by IJBE are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license. Everyone has free and unlimited access to the full-text of all articles published on this site. Anyone can use the published material if proper citations of the original publication are used.
SIEC-ISBE was established in 1901. The original journal of the organization began publication in 1903 under the title International Review for the Development of Business Education. The name was shortened to The Review soon thereafter. During the 20th century the content of The Review included both refereed articles and news articles. It was the primary means of communication with the members and was delivered by the postal services twice per year.
In 2009, the Executive Committee of SIEC-ISBE determined that a dedicated refereed journal was needed, making The Review a research journal. In 2012, to represent the purpose of the journal more accurately, it was renamed the International Journal for Business Education.
Current Issue: Volume 165, Number 1 (2023)
The Perceived Value of Using a Team Charter in Business Education
Maureen Snow Andrade, Jonathan Westover, and Letty Workman
One Size Does Not Fit All: A Comparison of White, Latinx, and Black Student's Unadjusted and Adjusted GPAs in a College of Business and Public Administration of a Hispanic Serving Institution
Francisca Beer and Daniel MacDonald
How are senior citizens capable to cope with the world of digital natives?
Hely Westerholm and Pirjo Takanen-Körperich
The Effect of Technostress on the Motivation to Teach Online in Higher Education Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perceptions of Business Faculty
Stacy Boyer-Davis, Kevin Berry, and Amy Cooper
Investigating the Impact of Gender Composition on Team Performance: A Cross-Cultural Study of Student Teams
Maria Randazzo-Davis and Christopher Nelson Ph.D.