We need business school on a par with Harvard

To sustain the living standards attained in the last ten years, Ireland must compete successfully in a rapidly globalising world.

30th August, 2008

To sustain the living standards attained in the last ten years, Ireland must compete successfully in a rapidly globalising world.

As we strive to build a knowledge economy, the debate about funding higher education is timely.

Our universities are at the core of the knowledge generation. Learning and education are critical to ensuring our managers can lead their firms effectively in competitive world markets. Managerial competence doesn’t just happen, it must be developed.

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