Raising management quality in the emerging markets

A group of leading business schools came together at a meeting at Tuck School of Business in Dartmouth, to further the aim of providing top-class management education to managers in the emerging markets.

by Tuck School of Business
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2013

The meeting held on 28 April by the International Finance Corporation's Global Business School Network (GBSN) included representatives from 15 schools, including Tuck, Harvard, HEC Paris, IESE and IMD.

The GBSN is focusing at the moment on Africa where it has already joined up with ten African institutions to teach programmes on faculty training, case study development and entrepreneurial management training.

For further information go to: http://www.ifc.org/gbsn

Source: Tuck School of Business

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