Ranking Business Schools

Ranking Business Schools

Forming Fields, Identities and Boundaries in International Management Education

Linda Wedlin

International comparisons and rankings of universities and business schools have proliferated in recent years. Ranking Business Schools provides a welcome analysis of this development and its implications for the field of management education, theorizing the role of classifications such as rankings in forming and structuring organizational fields.

Chapter 3: A European business school field in the making

Linda Wedlin

Subjects: business and management, management education, management and universities, organisation studies, education, management and universities, management education


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