Ranking Business Schools: Forming Fields, Identities and Boundaries in International Management Education
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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The forming and reforming of a business school template
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