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Friday, 16 June 2006


Richard Edelstein, Principal, Global Learning Networks

Dean Danos' is correct in pointing out the limitations of the analytical model presented by Alon and McAllaster in their Biz Ed article. While I applaud the authors for putting the spotlight on the problems of adding an internationional dimension to business education, I believe they have oversimplified the critical elements and have focused exclusively on internal issues. The real challenges lie in creating an international context for learning that necessarily entails close relationships with schools, companies and alumni outside the U.S. The future lies in building a network of professional and institutional relationships that transcend national boundaries.

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