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- Management education in Australia: relevance lost?
- This paper raises important issues for Australian business schools stemming from the debate on the relevance of management education combined with contemporary debate themes are used to draw out lessons for Australia, especially in relation to competition, research; teaching and purpose. Over the past two decades, Australian business academics have focussed on generating profits for their universities without timt for reflection on the state of the field nor engage in public debates on quality and educational outcomes. However, there are impending threats to their financial success, reputation and focus from weakening student markets and private competitors, lessening quality and a proposed national research assessment framework that make such contemporary reflection important for Australian business schools and their institutions.
- IFSAM Ninth World Management Conference. IFSAM Ninth World Management Conference. Proceedings (Shanghai, China 26-28 July, 2008)
Australian business schools;
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