Tag Archives: South Asian Academy of Management

Entrepreneurship education in Bangladesh: a beginning – by Lee C. Nehrt

Source Publication: Journal of Small Business Management Date: Thursday, January 1 1987 During the 1970s the population of Bangladesh grew at an annual rate of nearly 3 percent while its food supply grew at an annual rate of only 1 … Continue reading

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Quality education management at private universities in Bangladesh: An exploratory study

Jurnal Pendidik dan Pendidikan, Jil. 24, 17–32, 2009 Source Mohammad A. Ashraf and Yusnidah Ibrahim College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 06010, UUM Sintok, Kedah E-mail: mashraf@monisys.ca, yibrahim@uum.edu.my Mohd. H. R. Joarder School of Business, United International University, 80-8A Dhanmandi … Continue reading

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Business education in Pakistan – by M.K. Areola

Source: Pakistan and Gulf Economist, Oct 26 – Nov 01, 1998 Supply and demand need to be managed to ensure quality education It has been over five years now that the influx of foreign private investment into the country created … Continue reading

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Dimensions of current management research in India: some issues – by M H Bala Subrahmanya

Source: South Asian Journal of Management, Apr-Jun 2005 Management research has been steadily gaining increased prominence as a ‘field of study’ in management institutions across India. This could be due to more and more ‘career avenues’ emerging not only in … Continue reading

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