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The Southwestern Business Administration Journal (SBAJ) is a refereed publication. The aim of this journal is to provide a forum for current thoughts, techniques, theories, issues, trends, and innovations in teaching and learning within the business administration field. Its general focus is to enhance the teaching and learning process. The SBAJ is published in spring and fall of every year. All manuscripts submitted to the journal will be subject to a double-blind referee process.
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Current Issue: Volume 20, Issue 1 (2022)
How To Create Cash Flows That Give A Priori IRRs?
Charlie Charoenwong, Xinxin Li, and Chee K. Ng
Teaching how supply chain operations impact financial results: A case study using cloud-based simulation
Michael J. Murray
Developing Global Competence in a Virtual Classroom
Maggie Mahoney, Marina Sebastijanovic, and Olivia Miljanic
Teaching SQL in an On-line Learning Environment: Considering for Selecting a relational database
Student and Faculty Preferences Regarding Instructional Modalities at an HBCU Business School as a Result of Covid-19 – A Change Management Approach and Mindset
Donald R. Andrews, Sung No, Kimberly K. Powell, Melanie Powell Rey, and Ghrimay Ghebreyesus
The Career Project: An Intervention to Facilitate Career Development
Dale E. Rude, Marina Sebastijanovic, Jamie K. Belinne, and Troy D. Hopkins