chapter  11
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Dinosaurs in the Global Economy? American graduate business schools in the 1980s and 1990s

American graduate schools of business are peculiar academic animals. They do not really resemble either of their parents - the business world or the ivory tower. Their faculty must find a delicate balance between research that advances learning and knowledge and research that serves the interests of capital. As a result, each graduate school of business has evolved its own mix of academic and business culture.