Click here for article of Shanghai Daily.com, 2008-6-18.
A THREE-HOUR deans' roundtable titled "The Future of Business Manage-ment Education in China and Around the World" was held at the China Europe International Business School Shanghai campus recently.
Hosted and moderated by Paul Danos, dean of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the graduate school of management founded in 1900, these roundtables are part of Tuck's sustained international outreach program.
The frank discussion featured five deans from CEIBS in Shanghai, the Institute Empress in Spain, Fudan Management School, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School.
"Globalization is changing business education just as surely as it has changed international business. We'd like to know how education is developing in the world and explore places that we want to learn about," Danos said.
"There is no government control on what education will become. No American model is going to be the majority model globally. It is necessary that new models are adapted. That's why I initiated the event."