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date: 06 June 2020

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A variety of forces are creating pressure for change in the management education offerings in business schools, including: financial strain, diversity in students, niche course demand, and new teaching technologies. In this chapter various perspectives on management education are reviewed and these forces are discussed. A select number of formative academic studies on management education are noted along with a more detailed look at two trending topics in the academic literature: online teaching and critiques of business school curricula. For each topic, key studies are reviewed and future research directions are noted.

Keywords: management education, teaching technologies, business schools, online teaching, diversity in students

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