B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
A tough job market in Ireland, a B-school collaboration between India and Pakistan, and a $700,000 dean made news this week (Photograph by Yale School of Management via Bloomberg)
Photograph by Yale School of Management via Bloomberg

More Top B-Schools Head to Abu Dhabi: Business Schools Following the Action (The National)

A Chat With INSEAD’s Dipak Jain: Indian B-Schools Need to Improve Diversity (Forbes India)

B-Schools Eye Veterans: MBAs Attract Current and Former Soldiers (Wall Street Journal)

A Rare Cross-Border Partnership: Indian and Pakistani Business Schools: Thawing Relations (The Economist)

A Sunny MBA Job Outlook: The Job Market: Brighter Prospects for Landing a Dream Role (The Independent)

B-Schools Warm Up to the Humanities: A Liberal Sprinkling of the Arts (Financial Times)

A Top B-School Dean’s Price Tag: Was Booth School’s Snyder Worth $700K a Year? (Crain’s Chicago Business)

B-School Profs Save Students Money With Free Textbook: Professor Starts E-Text Company to Electrify Textbook Field (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Harvard MBAs Set Up Temporary Retail Shop: Pop-up Store for Startups (Boston Herald)

B-School Students Struggle in Ireland’s Tough Job Market: After the Roar of the Celtic Tiger, Young Irish Cubs Look Overseas for Opportunity (CNN)

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