A publication opportunity if you can have your (high-quality paper) ready
in two weeks:


We are in the process of finalizing the initial selection of chapters for
the Palgrave Handbook of Experiential Learning in International Business
(ISBN:  9781137467706).

See below for more details on the book.

We already have a great collection of chapters but, based on the word
count, still have room for one (possibly two) more.

We are particularly interested in chapters that

-       Describe specific experiential learning projects or hands-on
activities or exercises for International Business, or

-       Provide reviews of theories and concepts or offer new theories of
experiential learning in IB.

Since the initial draft of the book is almost ready, the additional chapter
would need to be developed and finalized in a matter of weeks.

If you would like to submit your chapter, please do the following:

-       Send your chapter proposal to [log in to unmask] as soon as
possible. You will receive a decision on suitability of your chapter within
24 hours and will have about two weeks to submit your complete chapter
draft, or

-       Send in a complete chapter draft by June 10

Please contact the book Editors for additional information.

·         Dr. Vasyl Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
United States ([log in to unmask])

·         Dr. Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia (
[log in to unmask])


Book title: “*The Palgrave Handbook of* *Experiential Learning in
International Business*”

The book aims to be a one-stop source for business educators and trainers
who seek to either select and use an existing experiential learning
project, or develop new projects and exercises of this kind in their

The proposed book will be divided in two parts. The first part will be
dedicated chapters dealing with theoretical and conceptual approaches of
enhancing teaching and learning of International Business, and it also will
contain foundational aspects of pedagogy and experiential learning. The
second part of the book will contain specific applications of experiential
learning in IB. The idea is that each chapter of the book will be dedicated
to one experiential learning project (e.g., X-Culture, Global Enterprise
Experience, Export Odyssey, any other experiential projects used in
teaching). Each chapter’s author will describe in detail the hands-on
project(s) he/she uses to improve learning in his/her IB-related courses or
training programs, project background and history, challenges, best
practices, and suggestions for future IB educators who may want to
incorporate experiential learning in their courses. A chapter can describe
a big project that covers entire semester, a small one that spans only a
few days, or very concrete exercises or series of exercises that take only
a few minutes to a few hours to run. The project can also be part of a
formal course or training program, or be unrelated to formal courses and
offered as an extra-curricular option for the students (competitions,
internships, etc.), as long as the activity is experiential and contributes
to learning IB-related concepts.

*Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following: *

·         Enhancing teaching experiences inside and outside the classroom

·         *Specific cases of experiential learning projects (X-culture,
Global Enterprise Experience, Export Odyssey, etc.).*

·         *Detailed description and analysis of hands-on-projects for
learning International Business*

·         Experiential learning in International Business

·         Foundational aspects of International Business pedagogy

·         Educating global managers and universal citizens

·         Experiential learning versus traditional classroom

·         Limitations for experiential learning in IB

·         Learning styles and experiential learning

Accepted chapters will be compiled in a book, which will be published
by *Palgrave

*Book Editors and contact details:*

·         Dr. Vasyl Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
United States ([log in to unmask])

·         Dr. Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia (
[log in to unmask])

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