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Case Title:

Doctoral Blues in the US B-schools

Publication Year : 2004

Authors: P Venkatesh, Sumit Kumar Chaudhuri

Industry: Education


Case Code: MAC0010

Teaching Note: Not Available

Structured Assignment: Not Available

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Since the 1990s, the US has been witnessing a declining trend in the production of business doctorates that totaled only 1,071 in 1999-2000. With 40% of the doctorates heading straight for the corporates, the US business schools are running short of qualified doctoral faculty.

Pedagogical Objectives:

    To discuss the reasons for and the implications of the declining trend in the production of business doctorates in the US.

Keywords : Sloan School of Management, Government and Business Environment Case Study, Business PhDs, National Opinion Research Center, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business,Business Environment Case Study, Doctoral Faculty Commission, Doctoral faculty shortage, B-schools, Executive programmes, National Science Foundation, Funds for PhD programme, Recommendations, Clinical faculty

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