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The Learning Curve: How Business Schools Are Re-inventing Education (Ie…

by Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño

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How do you create world-class educational institutions that are academically rigorous and vocationally relevant? Are business schools the blueprint for institutions of the future, or an educational experiment gone wrong? This is the first title in a new series from IE Business School, IE Business Publishing.

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How do you create world-class educational institutions that are academically rigorous and vocationally relevant? Are business schools the blueprint for institutions of the future, oran educational experiment gone wrong? This is thefirst title in a new series from IE Business School, IE Business Publishing .… (more)

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