B-School News Roundup

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Cambridge’s Judge School Carves Out a Niche: A Balance of Independence and Tradition (Financial Times)

Specialized Master’s Degrees Take Off in the U.S.: A New Market for Schools (Wall Street Journal, subscription required)

U.S. Business Schools Do Some Soul-Searching: Some Good News and Some Bad News for U.S. Business Schools—With Implications for Higher Education Overall (Inside Higher Ed)

An Experience With Lasting Value: MBAs Without Borders: Experience in Emerging Markets Gives Graduates an Edge (Fast Company)

A Chat With the Fuqua School’s Dean: William Boulding on Making the Most out of Business School (Forbes)

Schools That Will Cost You a Pretty Penny: 10 Priciest Private Business Schools (U.S. News & World Report)

A Sneak Peek Inside the Harvard Business School Dean’s Office: The Cosmopolitan Optimist (Livemint.com)

Harvard’s Elite JD-MBA Program: Romney, at Harvard, Merged Two Worlds (New York Times)

Part-Time MBAs Have Growing Appeal in Weakened European Economy: Flexible MBA Programmes Are on the Up in the U.K. (The Independent)

Finding a B-School Dean, an Increasingly Expensive Proposition: Cost for University of Iowa Dean Search Tops Iowa State President Search (Iowa City Patch.com)

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