"Business school deans educational thought leaders are doing a lot of soul-searching concerning the role and culpability of graduate business schools in the economic downturn. Dean Robert Bruner of Darden on April 5 wrote on Twitter "Controversy over the role of B-schools in the crisis. Did they warn strongly enough about the risks of toxic assets? Probably not." Joel Podolny, formerly a professor at Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business and previous dean of Yale’s School of Management, asks "Are Business Schools to Blame?" He critiques schools for..."
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