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Golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite

By: McDonald, DuffMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York Harper Business 2017Description: 657pISBN: 9780062347176Subject(s): HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL | BUSINESS ETHICS | MANAGEMENT-STUDY AND TEACHING (HIGHER)DDC classification: 378.05 MCD Summary: It is a riveting and timely intellectual history of one of our most important capitalist institutions, Harvard Business School. In this book author reveals the inner workings of a singular nexus of power, ambition and influence: Harvard Business School. Harvard University occupies a singular place in the public’s imagination, but HBS has arguably eclipsed its parent in terms of its influence on modern society. A Harvard degree guarantees respect. An HBS degree is, as the New York Times proclaimed in 1978, “the golden passport to life in the upper class.
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It is a riveting and timely intellectual history of one of our most important capitalist institutions, Harvard Business School. In this book author reveals the inner workings of a singular nexus of power, ambition and influence: Harvard Business School. Harvard University occupies a singular place in the public’s imagination, but HBS has arguably eclipsed its parent in terms of its influence on modern society. A Harvard degree guarantees respect. An HBS degree is, as the New York Times proclaimed in 1978, “the golden passport to life in the upper class.

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