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NEW YORK, NY - March 27, 2007 "“ The Aspen Institute's Business and Society Program today released a white paper on the level of exposure that MBA students receive to the subject of immigration. While many management courses do a fine job of broaching the themes of diversity and cross-cultural management, immigration remains a topic largely outside the mainstream. The paper highlights current events that link business decision-making and immigration, and hence the relevance of immigration matters in management education, and then spotlights innovative teaching and case studies that broach this intersection in some way. To read the paper, click here.
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