International Journal of Instructional Cases awarded accreditation by Scopus

The team at the International Journal of Instructional Cases is delighted to announce that the journal is now listed in Scopus, the largest indexer of global research content. IJIC Editor-in-Chief Gina Vega comments, “I am delighted that less than three years into publication, IJIC has been recognized in this way. Scopus listing indicates the high … Read more

Entrepreneurship guru Caroline Glackin publishes with IJIC

“Taneisha took advantage of every entrepreneurship class to further explore the idea until she was certain she had identified an opportunity with solid potential for sustainable success. Yet, after developing her projected financials and financing strategy, Taneisha wasn’t satisfied that her approach was the best it could be.”. We are very pleased to publish a … Read more

Latest accounting concise case looks at nonprofit challenges

“Steve, the treasurer, took notes and he would later create the presentation once the finance committee came to a consensus.  This was a time-consuming process and Steve was feeling frustrated. He was the third treasurer in 5 years, and the finance committee did not want to lose another one. Alexa felt that there had to … Read more

New Social Entrepreneurship concise case

“Leah ended the call and put her phone down on the kitchen table. She could barely contain her excitement.  Her realtor just called to tell her that her offer was accepted.  Finally!  It had been a long journey over the past four years […] Leah had always had an entrepreneurial spirit but her passions had … Read more

Just published: Soybean Farmers and Tariffs

A great new concise case from IJIC author Patrik T. Hultberg Synopsis The Trump administration aggressively pursued trade policies that limited imports from foreign countries, especially China. Tariffs targeted at imported steel, aluminum, and many other final and intermediate products, were adopted in an attempt to protect domestic industries, national security, as well as eliminate … Read more

IJIC/PMI Project Management Zone launch

The International Journal of Instructional Cases is delighted to be working with our partner, Project Management Institute, to promote the use of concise cases in project management. The newly-launched Project Management Zone provides readers with access to IJIC’s growing collection of project management concise cases, and links to the latest news and events from PMI. … Read more

Announcing IJIC Specialist Tracks & Associate Editors

With IJIC celebrating its two-year publication milestone last summer, the IJIC team are very pleased to announce the launch of the next phase of development in the life of the journal. Following the new and exciting partnership with PMI, Project Management Institute, last summer, the editorial team are happy to reveal the first of the … Read more

Just published: The Young Entrepreneur Council

Synopsis Scott Gerber cofounded Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) to create a community of people who could fill a knowledge deficit for himself and others. Students examine the formation and success of YEC and affiliated organizations as ‘communities of practice’ (CoP). Optional career-focused assignments and activities let students apply the concept of communities of practice to … Read more