The Business School in the Twenty-First Century: Emergent Challenges and New Business Models by Professor Howard Thomas

The Business School in the Twenty-First Century: Emergent Challenges and New Business Models

Book Title: The Business School in the Twenty-First Century: Emergent Challenges and New Business Models

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107013801

Author: Professor Howard Thomas


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