Arkin, Anat
October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p16
The article investigates the state of business education degrees in Great Britain a year after the global economic recession. According to a report from the Association of Business Schools (ABS), applications for Master of Business Administration (MBA) and other master's programs offered by business schools in Great Britain have increased by 25 percent as compared to that in 2008. Also noted is the introduction of courses in ethics by many business schools. It is noted that Rob Dixon of Durham Business School has seen a change in students' attitudes. INSETS: How many business schools is too many?;A flourishing of responsible attitudes.


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