Business Simulation Games: The Hong Kong Experience

@article{Chang2003BusinessSG,
  title={Business Simulation Games: The Hong Kong Experience},
  author={Jimmy Chang and Mary Lee and K. Ng and K. Moon},
  journal={Simulation \& Gaming},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={367 - 376}
}
This article describes the results of a survey of 93 final-year degree students concerning their views toward using Thavikulwat's DEAL: A Business Gaming Simulation. The focus is on students' perception of the usefulness of using computer simulation as a learning tool in a strategic management course. Certain comparison was made with other similar studies in Australia and the United States. Highlights of positive as well as much less possible comments from local students on business games were… Expand

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