Reversing the MBA Stereotype

In the midst of the current economic crisis, it seems that some of the ire—and at least a modicum of the blame—for Wall Street's rippling effects on the world economy have been directed at U.S. business school education. A recent article in The New York Times states one common conception: that MBA students "graduate with a focus on maximizing shareholder value and only a limited understanding of ethical and social considerations essential to business leadership."

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