Learning Behavior of International Business Negotiation in Complex Network: A Chinese Case Study of Students at International Business Program - Volume 5, No. 6, November 2017 - Journal of Advanced Management Science (JOAMS)

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Learning Behavior of International Business Negotiation in Complex Network: A Chinese Case Study of Students at International Business Program

Da Huo 1, Yan Chen 2, Da Chen 3, and Ken Hung 4
1. School of International and Economics, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China
2. School of Economics and Management, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China
3. Chinese Association of International Business Negotiation, Beijing, China
4. A. R. Sanchez School of Business, Texas A&M International University, Laredo, U.S.A.
Abstract—With development of international business program, it is important to have further understanding about the learning behavior of students involved in the education. Learning behavior is important to further understanding of the characteristics and performance of students. As an important course for integrations of learning experiences both theoretically and practically at international business program, the international business negotiation course can be further developed by concerning the learning behavior of students. The learning behavior of students can be further analyzed based on the inter-connections of behavioral attributes in a complex network. This research studies the learning behavior of international business negotiation in complex network, based on Chinese graduate students involved in international business negotiation course. The 2-mode network of learning behavior is revealed, and the learning behavioral characteristics are further analyzed by hierarchical cluster analysis to the complex network. The result of this research reveals the learning behavior characteristics of international business negotiation in complex network. This research can be helpful to educators and decision markers in the further development of international business programs.

Index Terms—learning behavior, international business negotiation, complex network, Chinese student at international business program

Cite: Da Huo, Yan Chen, Da Chen, and Ken Hung, "Learning Behavior of International Business Negotiation in Complex Network: A Chinese Case Study of Students at International Business Program" Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 5, No. 6, pp. 461-466, November 2017. doi: 10.18178/joams.5.6.461-466
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