The Post-Bubble Curriculum

For business schools, the subprime meltdown has become a can't-avoid classroom topicat least for now

Educators call them "teachable moments," and whether the students are in third grade or grad school the idea is the same—to draw lessons from real-world events. The subprime mortgage meltdown and the ongoing shocks to the global economy have created a multibillion-dollar teachable moment in business schools, where students dissect exactly what happened and the lessons that can be drawn to prevent similar economic earthquakes.

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