Bob Bruner is University Professor at the University of Virginia, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration and dean emeritus of the Darden School of Business. He has also held visiting appointments at Harvard and Columbia Universities in the United States, INSEAD in France and IESE in Spain. He is the author, co-author or editor of more than 20 books on finance, management and teaching and has won several teaching awards. Currently, he teaches and writes in finance and management.
It is not surprising that where you get your MBA has a strong association with your income potential. There is a winners-take-all, self-reinforcing cycle in higher education: certain schools attract excellent student talent, which in turn attracts intense recruiter activity and high-salary offers. The employment results make it easier for those schools to attract excellent student talent…and the cycle continues.8 October 2019
China and the U.S. will likely try to limit dependence on the other, in the event of a full-blown trade war.2 May 2019