A Comparative Analysis of Informatics Solutions Used for Business Simulation in Educational Systems
In order to keep up with the changing economic environment, graduates from business schools must be prepared to face different challenges. In fact, it is the educational system that must be configured properly, so it can create student competencies in a dynamic way. A research has already been conducted on the subject of dimensions in education for international business, and identified the most important ones (Tartavulea et all, 2012). The purpose of this article is to analyze some of the informatics solutions for business simulation and compare their mechanisms and results in terms of student satisfaction regarding the preparation for the labor market. As the economic environment is becoming more complicated in terms of financial markets and products diversification, the new comers in the labor field must have the knowledge to understand the mechanisms of the market and the skills necessary to keep businesses on top of the wave.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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