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New Ways to Think about Business Education for Emerging Markets

  • Victoria Jones

Abstract

The three sections of this book have explored the interrelated themes of regional differences, adaptations to management education programs and developing trends that open new possibilities for management edu- cation in emerging markets. This chapter suggests a systematic evalua- tion and structuring of management education to ensure that programs are designed appropriately for emerging markets.

Keywords

Business School International Business Education Approach Management Education Knowledge Creation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Victoria Jones
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  1. 1.Seattle UniversityUSA

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