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Monday, 23 June 2008


Der Chao Chen

Another interesting but ignore phenomena I interested in recently is why management education in Taiwan can't sustain/play a leading role in the Great China area?

For roundtables and forums like this one, most discussions and dialogs come from the leading latecomers in management education in the Great China area, such as CEIBS, CKGSB.

What happens to those incumbents in Taiwan, how and why can business schools in Taiwan lose/miss their roles in the globalizing management education market?

I like to explore and discuss this phenomena, especially while that is a real case happens in our "industry" - management education. If we could consider the catching up of latecomer industries in NICs and emerging markets, why can't we explore how those late come business schools win out from today's intensive competition in the world management education market?

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