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Fundamentals of business marketing education : a guide for university-level faculty and policymakers / J. David Lichtenthal, editor.

Publication:
New York, NY ; London, England : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2013.
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Subjects:
Industrial marketing -- Management.
Industrial marketing -- United States.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Fundamentals of Business Marketing Education: A Guide for University-Level Faculty and Policymakers examines the essential issues of teaching business-to-business marketing courses at all four university levels. An international network of educators and practitioners addresses the real concerns you have about developing a curriculum and formulating policy, taking into account the social and economic considerations you face in dealing with practical, methodological, and theoretical business marketing issues. Combining scholarly analysis with practical presentation and style, the book is the com
Contents:
Pre-publication Reviews, Commentaries, Evaluations...; NOTES FOR PROFESSIONAL LIBRARIANS AND LIBRARY USERS; CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION NOTES; Publication and Copyright Information; Table of Contents; ABOUT THE EDITOR; CONTRIBUTORS; Series Preface; Introduction Business-to-Business Marketing Education in the Twenty-First Century; PART I: DOCTORAL PROGRAMS; Doctoral Programs in Businessto-Business Marketing: Status and Prospects; Challenges for Business-to-Business Doctoral Programs: A Commentary; A Program of Action for Businessto-Business Doctoral Programs: A Reply to Commentary
PART II: EXECUTIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMSThe Pedagogy of Executive Education in Business Markets; Business Marketing Executive Education: A Commentary; Executive Education in Business Markets: A Reply to Commentary; PART III: MASTER'S PROGRAMS; Master's-Level Education in Business Marketing: Quo Vadis?; Master's-Level Business Marketing Education: A Commentary; Making Business Marketing More Prominent in Master's Programs: A Reply to Commentary; PART IV: UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS; Business Marketing Education: A Distinctive Role in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Business Marketing Education's Distinctive Role: A Commentary Business Marketing Education'sn Distinctive Role in the Undergraduate Curriculum: A CommentaryLinking Content to Practice in the Business Marketing Course: A Reply to Commentary; PART V: ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES; Technology in the Classroom: Teaching Business Marketing in the Twenty-First Century; Technology in the Business Marketing Classroom: A Commentary; Technology and Learning in the Classroom: A Reply to Commentary; PART VI: BUSINESS MARKETING TEXTBOOKS; Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: A Comparative Review
Comparative Review of Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: A CommentaryComparative Review of Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: A Commentary; Comparative Review of Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: A Commentary; Comparative Review of Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: A Commentary; Business-to-Business Marketing Textbooks: Replies to Commentaries; PART VII: BOOK REVIEW; Review of Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Marketing (Eighth Edition).; Index
Notes:
"This book is a compilation of articles that appeared previously in the Journal of business-to-business marketing, 5(1/2) (1998): 1-164 and 9(4) (2002): 27-126, published by the Haworth Press, Inc."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Lichtenthal, David, editor.
ISBN:
1-003-06369-1
1-000-11204-7
0-7890-3315-1
OCLC:
156976995