Ranking Business Schools: Forming Fields, Identities and Boundaries in International Management Education

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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In her admirable book, Wedlin entangles what [business school] rankings really are and why they have become so important. . . The book contains plenty to interest the growing army of business school employees whose duties, at least in part, are concerned
 

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Contents

List of figures
vi
List of tables
vii
Abbreviations
viii
Preface
ix
Acknowledgements
x
European management education and the proliferation of business school rankings
1
The role of classifications in organizational fields
20
A European business school field in the making
42
The creation and recreation of positions
97
Business school rankings and the autonomy of the field
128
Forming a field and making a market in international management education
152
Arenas for forming identities fields and boundaries
170
Appendices
185
References
196
Index
206
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