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In recent decades, numerous criticisms of university-based business schools have surfaced, including voices from both within and beyond the business school. For example, one oft-repeated theme is that business schools produce volumes of research that practitioners ignore as irrelevant to the practice of business. Interestingly, few of these criticisms are actually new. Some have been articulated concerning higher education going back for centuries. To understand fully the root causes of these concerns, the university-based business school must be considered in light of its greater context within the university.
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