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The Resource From higher aims to hired hands : the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession, Rakesh Khurana, (electronic resource)

From higher aims to hired hands : the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession, Rakesh Khurana, (electronic resource)

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From higher aims to hired hands : the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession
Title
From higher aims to hired hands
Title remainder
the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession
Statement of responsibility
Rakesh Khurana
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
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1967-
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Khurana, Rakesh
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
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ebrary, Inc
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  • Business education
  • Business schools
  • Management
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From higher aims to hired hands : the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession, Rakesh Khurana, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 483-507) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
The professionalization project in American business education, 1881-1941 -- An occupation in search of legitimacy -- Ideas of order: science, the professions, and the university in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century America -- The invention of the university-based business school -- "A very ill-defined institution": the business school as aspiring professional school -- 2: The institutionalization of business schools, 1941-1970 -- The changing institutional field in the postwar era -- Disciplining the business school faculty: the impact of the foundations -- 3: The triumph of the market and the abandonment of the professionalization project, 1970-the present -- Unintended consequences: the Post-Ford Business School and the fall of managerialism -- Business schools in the marketplace
Control code
ebr10320501
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 531 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)439825964
Label
From higher aims to hired hands : the social transformation of American business schools and the unfulfilled promise of management as a profession, Rakesh Khurana, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 483-507) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
The professionalization project in American business education, 1881-1941 -- An occupation in search of legitimacy -- Ideas of order: science, the professions, and the university in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century America -- The invention of the university-based business school -- "A very ill-defined institution": the business school as aspiring professional school -- 2: The institutionalization of business schools, 1941-1970 -- The changing institutional field in the postwar era -- Disciplining the business school faculty: the impact of the foundations -- 3: The triumph of the market and the abandonment of the professionalization project, 1970-the present -- Unintended consequences: the Post-Ford Business School and the fall of managerialism -- Business schools in the marketplace
Control code
ebr10320501
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
viii, 531 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)439825964

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