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Journal of Jesuit Business Education

Journal of Jesuit Business Education
 
A Publication of Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education
Saint Joseph’s University Press
5600 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
 
About the Journal
Welcome to the Journal of Jesuit Business Education, the peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal of the Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE). The journal is dedicated to the distribution of scholarly work and commentary with a focus on the distinctiveness of business education in the Jesuit tradition. 
 
Articles appearing in JJBE are submitted by authors (individual and multiple authors welcome) and proceed through a two-stage review process.  Articles are initially reviewed for presentation at the annual conference of Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education and then proceed through an editor-review selection process to be considered for publication in JJBE.  Occasionally, the text of a speech is published because of its significance to the field.
 
JJBE seeks original compositions that exhibit high scholarly quality. Published manuscripts represent a wide range of interests from all business disciplines with a focus on Jesuit and Catholic identity, ethics and social responsibility, service learning, faith and spirituality, and social justice. No worthy topic related to Jesuit business education is beyond the scope of the journal.

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Index of JJBE

Business Ethics

Volume 1, p. 103

Getting to the Heart of Business Ethics, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.

Volume 2, p. 21

Business Ethics in Action: Jesuit Business School Strategies for Engaging Business Executives, Kirk O. Hanson

Volume 4, p. 111

Finding God (Good) in Everything, Inculturation and Teaching Business Ethics in a Jesuit Business School, Brian K. Steverson

Volume 5, p. 71

Integrating Virtue into the Jesuit Business School Curriculum, Michael Avari and Robert Brancatelli

Volume 7, p. 21

The Role of the Imagination in Whole Person Education: Creativity, Empowerment and Transformation, Jessica LudescherImanaka


Distinctiveness, Jesuit Business Schools

Volume 1, p. 1

The Distinctiveness of Jesuit Schools, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.

Volume 1, p. 17

Are We Different? A Comparative Analysis of Jesuit Business Education, Joan L. Van Hise and Barbara M. Porco

Volume 1, p. 37

The Competitive Advantage of Jesuit Business Schools, Chris Lowney

Volume 1, p. 119

Higher Education for Business in the Jesuit Tradition, Andre L. Delbecq, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., John C. Haughey, S.J., Anthony Hendrickson, Michael Stebbins, and Agnieszka Winkler

Volume 2, p. 21

Business Ethics in Action: Jesuit Business School Strategies for Engaging Business Executives, Kirk O. Hanson

Volume 2, p. 65

Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola? Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Ji-Hee Kim, Ronald Rivas, and Carol Snodgrass

Volume 4, p. 1

The Uniqueness of a Jesuit Business Education: Sabbath and Charism - John C. Haughey, S.J.

Volume 5, p. 15

Outcomes Assessment for Mission: Measuring the Impact of Jesuit Education,Vivek H. Patil, Peggy Sue Loroz, and Richie L. Liu

Volume 6, p. 21

The Purpose of Business: A Jesuit Educational Challenge to Shareholder Primacy, Stephen Porth and John McCall

Volume 6, No. p. 53

Benchmarks for Jesuit Business Education: Lessons for Presidents, Provosts, Deans and Search Committees,Gerald Cavanagh, S.J.

Volume 7, p. 39

A Global Jesuit Case Series: Towards Principled Leadership in a Turbulent World, Dennis O’Connor, Daniel Orne, and David McCallum


Catholic Social Teaching

Volume 2, p. 47

Marketing to the Poor: A Justice-Inspired Approach, Nicholas J.C. Santos, S.J. and Gene R. Laczniak

Volume 3, p. 75

Fulfilling Our Mission: Incorporating Catholic Social Teaching into the Core Business Curriculum, Kristine E. Principe and Joseph G. Eisenhauer

Volume 3, p. 101

Distinctive Imperatives for Mission Driven Teaching in Catholic Business Schools, Gene R. Laczniak and Patrick E. Murphy

Volume 5, p. 5

A Conversation on Sustainability with an Ignatian Way of Proceeding, Thomas B. Curran

Volume 6, p. 21

The Purpose of Business: A Jesuit Educational Challenge to Shareholder Primacy, Stephen Porth and John McCall

Volume 6, p. 101

Jesuit Values, Environmental Sustainability and Businesses Core Curriculum,Kevin E. Henrickson and Erica H. Johnson


Diversity

Volume 4, p. 69

A Call for Mandatory Diversity Education at Jesuit Business Schools, Molly B. Pepper and Raymond F. Reyes

Volume 6, p. 43

The Buddha and Ignatius of Loyola in Conversation: Responding to the Challenge of Religious Pluralism in Faith-Based Higher Education,Andre L. Delbecq and Len Tischler


Entrepreneurship

Volume 2, p. 65

Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola? Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Ji-Hee Kim, Ronald Rivas, and Carol Snodgrass

Volume 4, p. 53

Assessing Entrepreneurship Curriculum in Jesuit Higher Education: Step One in Developing a Brand Identity, Tina M. Facca, Jacqueline Schmidt, and John C. Soper

Volume 5, p. 35

Marketing Planning for Social Entrepreneurial Organizations in the Context of Subsistence Marketplaces:  A Pedagogical Reflection for Marketing Education in Jesuit Business Schools, Nicholas J.C. Santos, S.J. and Tina M. Facca-Meiss


Ignatian Pedagogy

Volume 2, p. 31

An International Service Learning Course in a Developing Country, Winston Tellis

Volume 3, p. 1

Helping Our Students Better Understand Themselves and Serve Others, Timothy J. Kloppenborg, Edward P. Hahnenberg, and Leslie Ann Prosak-Beres

Volume 3, p. 13

St. Ignatius and the Blackberry: What Can Jesuit Education Tell Us About Teaching Information Systems in A Connected World?, Martha Grabowski, Dan Orne, J. Christopher Zimmer, David McCallum, S.J., Shinjeng Lin, Dennis O’Connor, and Renee Downey Hart

Volume 4, p. 25

Professional Reflection: The Alignment of Ignatian Pedagogy Principles with Jesuit Business School Education and Business Practices, Richard F. Callahan

Volume 5, p. 89

A Generalized Rubric for Reflective Assignments with the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm,Gezinus J. Hidding, Carol L. Scheidenhelm, and Shannon M. Milligan

Volume 6, p. 77

Ignatian Pedagogy in the Strategy Classroom: Experience, Reflection and Action Towards Better Managerial Decisions,Alfredo J. Mauri, João Neiva de Figueiredo, and Nicholas S. Rashford, S.J.

Volume 7, p. 21

The Role of the Imagination in Whole Person Education: Creativity, Empowerment and Transformation, Jessica LudescherImanaka

Volume 7, p. 73

Speed D-bating: Ignatian Pedagogy Meets Speed Dating, Joan Lee

Volume 7, p. 87

Integrating Ignatian Values into an International Executive MBA Immersion Experience, Joseph P. Schadle, Elaine Crable, and Hema Krishnan

Volume 7, p. 119

 Learning through Reflection in Management Education, Maria A. Quijada, Catherine McGrath, and Aimee Wheaton


Justice

Volume 1, p. 77

Advancing the Common Good: Does Justice Conflict with Markets?,Paul L. Locatelli, S.J.

Volume 1, p. 85

Markets Organize Our Lives, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J.

Volume 2, p. 31n

An International Service Learning Course in a Developing Country, Winston Tellis

Volume 2, p. 47

Marketing to the Poor: A Justice-Inspired Approach, Nicholas J.C. Santos, S.J. and Gene R. Laczniak

Volume 2, p. 65

Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola? Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Ji-Hee Kim, Ronald Rivas, and Carol Snodgrass

Volume 3, p. 101

Distinctive Imperatives for Mission Driven Teaching in Catholic Business Schools, Gene R. Laczniak and Patrick E. Murphy

Volume 5, p. 35

Marketing Planning for Social Entrepreneurial Organizations in the Context of Subsistence Marketplaces:  A Pedagogical Reflection for Marketing Education in Jesuit Business Schools, Nicholas J.C. Santos, S.J. and Tina M. Facca-Meiss

Volume 7, p. 55

 Men and Women For and With Others: Enhancing the Application of a Jesuit Ideal with the Concepts of Social Marketing, Karl C. Alorbi


Leadership

Volume 2, p. 9

Humility, Magis, and Discernment: A Jesuit Perspective on Education for Business Leadership, William J. Byron, S.J.

Volume 2, p. 65

Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola? Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Ji-Hee Kim, Ronald Rivas, and Carol Snodgrass

Volume 3, 57

Formation of Organizational Leaders for Catholic Mission and Identity, Andre L. Delbecq, Jack Mudd, and Celeste Mueller

Volume 4, p. 37

A Leadership Education Model for Jesuit Business Schools, David C. McCallum, S.J. and Laura Horian

Volume 4, p. 89

Educating Responsible Leaders Through Adding a Sustainability Dimension to Business Courses, Anne H. Reilly

Volume 6, p.1

Contributing to an Ignatian Perspective on Leadership, Ronald L. Dufresne, Karin Botto, and E. Springs Steele

Volume 7, p. 39

A Global Jesuit Case Series: Towards Principled Leadership in a Turbulent World, Dennis  O’Connor, Daniel Orne, and David McCallum

Volume 7, p. 101

Educating Future Business Leaders in the Jesuit Tradition: Incorporating Chris Lowney’s Four Corfe Pillars into a Business Strategy Course, Catherine C. Giapponi


Mission, Jesuit

Volume 2, p. 79

Advancing a Mission-Centered Business School: A Process for Engaging Faculty and Tracking Progress, Molly B. Pepper, Peggy Sue Loroz, Vivek Patil, Christopher Stevens, and Paul Buller

Volume 3, p. 75

Fulfilling Our Mission: Incorporating Catholic Social Teaching into the Core Business Curriculum, Kristine E. Principe and Joseph G. Eisenhauer

Volume 3, p. 101

Distinctive Imperatives for Mission Driven Teaching in Catholic Business Schools, Gene R. Laczniak and Patrick E. Murphy

Volume 5, p. 115

Outcomes Assessment for Mission: Measuring the Impact of Jesuit Education, Vivek H. Patil, Peggy Sue Loroz, and Richie L. Liu

Volume 6, p. 53

Benchmarks for Jesuit Business Education: Lessons for Presidents, Provosts, Deans and Search Committees,Gerald Cavanagh, S.J.

Volume 7, p. 1

 The Jesuit University and Business School Mission: Challenges and Opportunities,     Enrique Lopez Viguria


Service and Service Learning

Volume 2, p. 31

An International Service Learning Course in a Developing Country, Winston Tellis

Volume 3, p. 1

Helping Our Students Better Understand Themselves and Serve Others, Timothy J. Kloppenborg, Edward P. Hahnenberg, and Leslie Ann Prosak-Beres


Spirituality

Volume 1, p. 51

The Spiritual Exercises: A Paradigm for a Reflection on Good Teaching, Mary Ann Donnelly

Volume 2, p. 1

Listening a la Ignatius, John C. Haughey, S.J.

Volume 2, p. 9

Humility, Magis, and Discernment: A Jesuit Perspective on Education for Business Leadership, William J. Byron, S.J.

Volume 3, p. 37

Creativity and Decision-Making in the Context of Jesuit Business Education, Holly Schapker and Paul Buller

 Volume 4, p. 1

The Uniqueness of a Jesuit Business Education: Sabbath and Charism - John C. Haughey, S.J.

Volume 6, p. 1

Contributing to an Ignatian Perspective on Leadership, Ronald L. Dufresne, Karin Botto, and E. Springs Steele

Volume 6, p. 43

The Buddha and Ignatius of Loyola in Conversation: Responding to the Challenge of Religious Pluralism in Faith-Based Higher Education,Andre L. Delbecq and Len Tischler

Volume 6, p. 71

Accompanying—Three Understandings, John C. Haughey, S.J.


Sustainability

Volume 4, p. 89

Educating Responsible Leaders Through Adding a Sustainability Dimension to Business Courses, Anne H. Reilly

Volume 5, p. 5

A Conversation on Sustainability with an Ignatian Way of Proceeding, Thomas B. Curran

Volume 5, p. 51

Sustainability and the Proper Role of Business Leaders: Economics, Moral Philosophy, and Jesuit  Education, Gregory Beaubout, and Bonnie Wilson

Volume 5, p. 105

Measuring Sustainability Literacy: Scale Development, Carl Obermiller and April Atwood

Volume 6, p. 101

Jesuit Values, Environmental Sustainability and Businesses Core Curriculum,Kevin E. Henrickson and Erica H. Johnson

Volume 6, p. 117

Applying Jesuit Values by Exploring Sustainable Tourism in Latin America, Anne H. Reilly and NazninLarya


Tradition, Jesuit

Volume 1, p. 119

Higher Education for Business in the Jesuit Tradition, Andre L. Delbecq, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J., John C. Haughey, S.J., Anthony Hendrickson, Michael Stebbins, and Agnieszka Winkler

Volume 2, p. 1

Listening a la Ignatius, John C. Haughey, S.J.

Volume 2, p. 9

Humility, Magis, and Discernment: A Jesuit Perspective on Education for Business Leadership, William J. Byron, S.J.

Volume 3, p. 127

A Powerful Intellectual Foundation for a Jesuit Business Education that Makes a Difference: Bernard Lonergan, S.J., John Little

Volume 4, p. 7

Four Themes of Jesuit Education, Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.

Volume 5, p. 1

The New Patron Saint of Business?,Chris Lowney

Volume 6, p. 53

Benchmarks for Jesuit Business Education: Lessons for Presidents, Provosts, Deans and Search Committees, Gerald Cavanagh, S.J.

Volume 7, p. 87

Integrating Ignatian Values into an International Executive MBA Immersion Experience, Joseph P. Schadle, Elaine Crable, and Hema Krishnan


               

 
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Stephen J. Porth, Ph.D.
Senior Editor, Journal of Jesuit Business Education
Saint Joseph's University
 
Paul Buller
Editor, Journal of Jesuit Business Education
Gonzaga University
 
Joan Van Hise
Editor, Journal of Jesuit Business Education
Fairfield University

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