"Beyond Grey Pinstripes" looks at b-schools with social & environmental focus

The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education has published its biennial "Beyond Grey Pinstripes" alternative ranking of MBA programs. It is a ranking of schools that have integrated social and environmental issues into the core curriculum. Among other findings, the survey claims the number of business schools requiring a course dedicated to business and society issues has almost doubled to 63 percent since 2001.

For full coverage, please visit the Beyond Grey Pinstripes report. A list of top 10 schools in the 2007-08 ranking can be found below.

 

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