MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN CHINA - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

  • DENG S
  • WANG Y
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Abstract

China's ambitious economic reform, which began in the late 1970s, was
intended to revitalize existing enterprises. Accompanying this reform,
China's management education has gained increased prominence, and
related fields have developed concurrently as the economic reform
requires a large contingent of entrepreneurial-type managerial personnel
to be effective. China's management schools, however, face serious
problems, including a shortage of qualified faculty, an unbalanced
curriculum, deficient teaching facilities, and an undiversified student
body. All these problems pose a serious threat to the success of China's
economic reform, as better trained managers are the cornerstone to
enterprises' success. This article presents a review of the development
of China's management education system, a discussion of current
problems, and recommendations for improvement.

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  • S L DENG

  • Y L WANG

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