Teaching International Affairs with Cases: Cross-National Perspectives

Synopsis

"Case teaching is spreading rapidly around the world through the efforts of such dedicated proponents as these writers. With good reason: it is a powerful, flexible teaching method, grounded in ancient traditions of instructive storytelling common to varied cultures. Yet few other writers have given such careful consideration to the cross-national adaptation of case teaching's modern American features. This is a welcome & valuable book, for both its thoughtful articles & its engaging cases, produced by some of the most skillful & creative case teachers anywhere." John Boehrer Harvard University

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Boulder, CO
Publication year:
  • 1997