Clientele of University-based Executive Education Programs at AACSB Accredited Schools of Business Administration

Maidment, Fred H.
January 1986
American Business Review;Jan1986, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p25
Academic Journal
Investigates the clientele of university-based executive education programs at AACSB accredited schools of business administration in the U.S. Overview of the literature on executive education; Types of organizations sending employees to programs; Geographical concentration of clientele.


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