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The Business School Role in Improving Racial Equity

In our efforts to prepare tomorrow’s leaders, we have a responsibility to address the realities of discrimination and promote a culture of inclusion.

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    Middle East and North Africa Affinity Group Guides Impact Through Case Studies

    The MENA Affinity Group has reiterated its commitment to case writing and teaching with a laser-like focus on cases about companies located in the region.
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    Impact Through Accounting

    We highlight three business schools leveraging their accounting programs as a way to connect with business partners, address societal needs, and prepare graduates for competitive job markets.
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    The Power of Global Business School Networks: Engagement, Innovation, and Impact at Work

    These four long-standing business school networks provide a platform for students, professional staff, and professors to experience the richness of global business education.
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    3 Things Everyone Should Know About Business Schools

    Business schools receive lots of media coverage, much of which is positive, but some of it perpetuates common misperceptions and can be misleading. These three observations offer a fuller picture of business schools today.
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    Sounds of a Global Drumbeat: Increasing Diversity of AACSB Member Schools

    Three and a half years after the opening of AACSB’s EMEA office in Amsterdam, 463 countries and territories are represented in membership across the region, with 448 educational members.
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    How Business Schools Can Help Unlock the Productivity Puzzle

    The productivity puzzle is more than an academic exercise and, like other research questions, will not be addressed in disciplinary silos.
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    UCLA Anderson Review: Mining ‘Deep Reserves of Research’

    UCLA Anderson recently launched a new review that brings in highly experienced journalistic voices to convey faculty research to a broad audience of business, alumni, scholars, and society.
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