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Advanced business models for management education in the twenty-first century: international perspectives Description
Advanced business models for management education in the twenty-first century: international perspectives
This eBook presents international perspectives on advanced business models for management education in the 21st century.
Through a variety of contributions, it looks at business training, apprenticeships and how to accommodate entrepreneurialism within the models for education.
The insights presented are drawn from global experience, taking in France, the UK, Russia, Malaysia, Canada and China.