IJIC joins Scopus: the journal is now listed with Scopus, the largest indexer of global research content.
Caroline Glackin joins as an IJIC author: entrepreneurship guru publishes new concise case featuring the story of an undergraduate student planning to start a direct selling organization in the cosmetics and beauty products manufacturing industry with a focus on women of color.
Published: a new concise case to engage students with stakeholder analysis, following the story of Aldous Sperl, Chief of Staff at a newly-elected party in Canada.
New accounting concise case: aimed at accounting classes, this new concise case considers the challenges of a nonprofit redesigning their entire finances according to accounting principles.
The International Journal of Instructional Cases (IJIC) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, electronic publication with ongoing release of instructional cases and related materials for use in classroom and boardroom settings.
IJIC only publishes concise teaching cases with expanded teaching notes. The cases are short (four pages or fewer) but the teaching notes are extensive, providing rich instructional assistance.
New entrepreneurship case just published!
Our new case is well-suited to an undergraduate course in entrepreneurial finance, entrepreneurial financing, and accounting.