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Similar to the critics who see a “university in ruins,” critics of the business school see a “business school in ruins.” This is not to say that the business school is about to disappear; parallel to the university, the business school continues to enroll increasing numbers of students. However, the purposes pursued by the business school are not those desired by the critics; that is why they see an institution in ruins. Critics see concerns; yet the status quo has changed very little. This final chapter concludes with a discussion of potential threats to the status quo which could cause change in the university-based business school.
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