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Higher Education in Management: The Case of Portugal

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Formal management education started in Portugal by 1759 when the Board of Trade, with the support of the Prime Minister, Marquis of Pombal, founded the School of Commerce in Lisbon. ISEG Lisbon School of Economics and Management, actually integrated in the University of Lisbon, is the heir of this eighteenth-century venture.

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    Demand to offer ratio was calculated as the number of enrolments divided by number of “numerus clausus”.

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    Catholic University has also a smaller business school in Porto.

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das Neves, J.C., Conceição Gonçalves, V.d. (2017). Higher Education in Management: The Case of Portugal. In: Dameron, S., Durand, T. (eds) The Future of Management Education. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-56091-9_11

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