Join us on April 26–28, 2015 in Tampa, Florida, USA for AACSB's largest and most anticipated event of the year to explore the Currents of Change. Register Today!
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Explore the 2013 AACSB Standards at the Annual Accreditation Conference: Asia Pacific, the Continuous Improvement Review Seminar, and other must-attend events in Shanghai, China.
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Free to Choose ... Sustainable Development
In the university education of baby boomers, few debates were as weighty as those triggered by the book Free to Choose, which was first published in 1980. Authors Milton and Rose Friedman are unlikely heroes to anyone calling for more corporate social responsibility and sustainability. Milton Friedman, in particular, is well known for writing that the “social responsibility of business is to increase its profits” and that government “solutions” often do more damage than good.
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Yelp as Prophet?
Three researchers at the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business in College Park are developing a tool to predict whether a restaurant is about to shut its doors for good. They analyzed 130,000 postings on the popular user review site Yelp to discover whether a computer-assisted text analysis of these reviews could predict a restaurant’s closure more accurately than user ratings alone.
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Business School Faculty: Focusing on Gender Reported for Full-Time Faculty
With both International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month in March, it is a great time to take a look at some of the gender data AACSB International collects. While gender for full-time faculty members is just one of the many pieces of data AACSB collects as part of its annual Salary Survey, this robust data set gives the opportunity to look at the current representation of women currently working within business schools.
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March 24 - 25
Curriculum Development Series: Teaching Design for Creativity and Innovation
March 25 - 26
Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
Continuous Improvement Review Seminar - Limited Seating Available
March 26 - 27
Assurance of Learning Seminar - Limited Seating Available
April 24 - 25
Business Accreditation Seminar - SOLD OUT
Online and Blended Education Seminar - Limited Seating Now Available
AACSB International (AACSB), the longest serving global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, today announced the opening of its newest regional headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
eNEWSLINE interviews Debra Cohen, senior VP of knowledge development at Society for Human Resource Management and member of AACSB's Business Practices Council. Find out what Cohen believes is necessary for creating change in business education and industry.