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Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process

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This is the eighth volume in an enlightening series on clashing values in the worlds of business and education. Containing papers co-published with the Oxford Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business, this volume traces the most recent changes in both areas of study. Through its focus on the latest advances in technology and their impact upon universities and the world market, this work provides insight into current dialogues on values between universities, ...
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Overview

This is the eighth volume in an enlightening series on clashing values in the worlds of business and education. Containing papers co-published with the Oxford Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business, this volume traces the most recent changes in both areas of study. Through its focus on the latest advances in technology and their impact upon universities and the world market, this work provides insight into current dialogues on values between universities, businesses and technology.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761825777
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 6/4/2003
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 398
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.82 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Meet the Author

Samuel M. Natale is Professor of Strategic Management at Adelphi University as well as Senior Research Associate, Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford, England. Anthony F. Libertella is Dean, School of Business, Adelphi University.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Instructed by Reason: Leadership Re-Examined Chapter 4 The International Community and States' Responsibility for Environmental Crimes Chapter 5 Do Business Schools Change Students' Values Along Desirable Lines? A Longitudinal Study Chapter 6 Assessing Culturally Diverse Faculties: The Appraisal Process within a Cross-Cultural Context Chapter 7 The Evolution of Pragmatic Critical Thinking in the Chubb Business School Chapter 8 What is a Liberal Education? Chapter 9 TMVI Technology Transfers Solution: How to Maximize Shareholder and Social Values by Minimizing Taxes on Technology Transfers Chapter 10 Electronic-Boardroom TMVI Shareholder Value Solutions: How to Integrate Governance, Values, and Technology Chapter 11 Beyond the Fifth Discipline Chapter 12 Is Copyright Law a Hindrance in a Global Digital Society? Chapter 13 Beyond Psychology: Literature and the Arts as Supplements for Understanding, Predicting, and Controlling Behavior- Thing Outside the Box Chapter 14 World Federalism and Cosmopolitan Politics Chapter 15 A Lockean Approach to Global Terrorism: Politics and Education Chapter 16 The Implausibility of a Global Federation Chapter 17 A Reply to Three Critics of Global Federation Chapter 18 The Accidental Leader: A Journey into the Sprit of Leadership Chapter 19 Values/Ethics and Leadership- Look Back to March Ahead Chapter 20 Leadership in Higher Education: Requirements for the 21st Century Chapter 21 Scandinavian Managers on Scandinavian Management Chapter 22 TWE Comes to the Boardrooms of Higher Education: Lessons to be Learned from Corporate Boardrooms Chapter 23 Professionalism Among Boards of Education in Suffolk County, New York, U.S.A. Chapter 24 Board of Directors of Not-For-Profit Corporations Confronting Insolvency Chapter 25 An Immodest Proposal: Reinventing the Professorate Chapter 26 The Human-Canine Bond and the Psychoanalytic Perspective: New Learning and a Changing Rationality Chapter 27 Differences in Values and Attitudes Toward Work Between Male and Female Business Students Chapter 28 Legal Education in the 21st Century: Digital Vision in Cyber Space Chapter 29 Solidarity and Subsidiary: "Organizing Principles" for Corporate Moral Leadership in the New Global Economy Chapter 30 "All the World's a (Corporate) Stage": Shakespeare in Business Chapter 31 Does an Undergraduate Degree Maximise Employability? Chapter 32 Social Entrepreneurship- A Relevant Concept for Business Schools? Chapter 33 The Literacy Economic Payback: Higher Education for Dyslexics or Cost and Benefits of Catering to the Needs of a Divers Student Body Chapter 34 About the Authors Chapter 35 About the Editors
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