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EMERGING OPPORTUNITIES

In the world's emerging markets, demand for business education far exceeds supply. To produce the managers these regions need to prosper, business schools in developed and developing economies must work together to train faculty, build infrastructure, and design quality programs.
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THE LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIP

Washington University in St. Louis and Fudan University in Shanghai launched an EMBA program 12 years ago—and despite the enormous changes in China's economy since then, it's still flourishing today.
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CLOSING THE SKILLS GAP—EAST AND WEST

Today's business graduates should be team players who excel at communication, critical thinking, and technical knowledge. But it's just as important that they possess deep understanding of Eastern and Western approaches to business.
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TRANSLATING THE MBA

As business schools worldwide admit larger numbers of applicants from Asian countries, they must rethink traditional approaches to address the diverse needs of this growing student demographic.
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ARTÍCULOS DESTACADOS

Selección de artículos relevantes para América Latina.
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Technology and Research

Technology
> Most Users Still Abandon MOOCs
> Yale Launches 'Next-Generation' MOOCs
> Career Planning Gets Gamified
> Big Data Gets Bigger on Campus
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Research
> India's Growing Education Market
> The Discouraged Worker Effect
> Boosting Happiness at Work
> The CEO Experience Trap
> Religious Neighbors Spark Good Behavior
> Singapore's Gender Diversity Inches Up
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