The Future of business schools: scenarios and strategies for 2020Author: Durand, Thomas ; Dameron, StéphaniePublisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 365 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780230515482Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index
The Future of Business Schools Scenarios and Strategies for 2020 Contents List of Tables List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction The US Base Line: Revisiting the American Dominant Model "The Business School in America: A Century Goes By" J.C. Spender vii x xii xiii 1 8 9 Part I A Foresight View 1 Management Education as a System: A Case Study on Europe 2 Nine Challenges for Business Schools 3 Exogenous Pressures Exerted on the System 4 Five Foresight Scenarios for Business Schools 2020 5 Strategic Implications for the Main Regions of the World 6 Strengthening a Management Education System: Back to the EU Case 21 45 62 68 83 104 Part II Current Situation and Trends in Management Education in Various Countries and Regions 7 U.K. Business Schools Howard Thomas 117 8 Management Education and Research in Germany Kathrin M. Moslem and Anne Sigismund Huff 9 Management Education and Research in France Stephanie Dameron and Thomas Durand 10 Higher Education in Business: The Case of Spain Isabel Gutierrez and Jaime Ortega 11 Management Education in Italy Donatella Depperu 12 Higher Management Education in the Netherlands Niels Noorderhaven and Aswin Van Oijen 13 Management Education and Research in Sweden Bengt Stymne 14 Higher Management Education in Portugal João C. Neves 15 Business Education in Central and Eastern Europe Jean-Paul Larçon and Nassef Hmimda 16 The Business of Business Education in the United States 309 IC Spender 17 Business Education in Latin America 316 Georges Blanc 18 Management Education in Asia 327 Christian Koenig and Pierre Tapie 19 Business Higher Education in the Arab Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region Lassaâd Mezghani Notes Index 133 162 186 215 242 255 284 302 336 344 355
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