Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

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The Economist

By | November 1st, 2014|

When Bradley Walters, an MBA student from Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University, visited Rwanda, he found a country using its grisly past to inspire an astonishing economic rise THERE we sat. Five students from four countries, excited to present our operational analysis and nervous to propose tweaks to the system we had spent two weeks auditing. The [...]

Dean Gupta on Bloomberg TV

By | November 1st, 2014|

Yash Gupta, Dean of Johns Hopkins University's Carey Business School, talks about factors contributing to food shortages. The interview can be found here: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/66045158-gupta-interview-on-food-supply.html

Top Colleges Blog

By | November 1st, 2014|

Business Schools Place Greater Emphasis on Ethics and Globalization May 12, 2010 As the economy struggles to recover, business schools are taking a new look at how they develop their courses and curriculums. In effort to prevent another meltdown from occurring, these programs are placing more emphasis on concepts such as sustainability, innovation and globalization while [...]

USA Today

By | November 1st, 2014|

Economic crisis leads business schools to meld ethics into MBA By Jennifer Epstein, May 5, 2010 A few years ago, any discussion of the master's in business administration would begin with discussions of scandal and mismanagement. Look at instances of accounting fraud at Enron and WorldCom: MBAs behaving badly. A president of the United States with [...]

U.S. News and World Report

By | November 1st, 2014|

Schools Add New Entrepreneur Programs for M.B.A. Students By Katy Hopkins, July 21, 2010 Entrepreneurship takes an eye for opportunity and a willingness to take risks, business school officials say. These new M.B.A. programs offer unconventional ways to help channel an entrepreneurial spirit: In the "Discovery to Market" project at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School [...]

Poets and Quants

By | November 1st, 2014|

The Anti-MBA Business School By John A. Byrne, October 20, 2010 In the fall of 2008 when Lehman Brothers went kaput and the economy plunged into a deep recession, Yash Gupta was scampering around the country trying to drum up support for a new business school at Johns Hopkins University. It could not have been the [...]

Bloomberg Businessweek

By | November 1st, 2014|

Johns Hopkins Builds a B-School from Scratch By Alison Damast, May 10, 2010 The elite research university launches a new Global MBA program in August. On the to-do list: AACSB accreditation, faculty, and money. For years, Johns Hopkins' business offerings—mostly part-time degree and certificate programs—lingered in the shadow of the university's internationally renowned medical and public [...]

Poets and Quants

By | November 1st, 2014|

My Story: From Shanghai to B-School By John A. Byrne October 21, 2010 Before coming to America last August as a first-year MBA student in the charter class of Johns Hopkins. Carey Business School, Zhiqiang Lin had never been outside his native China. He was well prepared for his American adventure. In trying to master the [...]

Fortune

By | November 1st, 2014|

The Anti-MBA Business School By John A. Byrne October 25, 2010 In the fall of 2008 when Lehman Brothers went kaput and the economy plunged into a deep recession, Yash Gupta was scampering around the country trying to drum up support for a new business school at Johns Hopkins University. It could not have been the [...]

Financial Times

By | November 1st, 2014|

Johns Hopkins launches Executive MBA in May By Della Bradshaw January 4, 2011 Flush from the success of the launch of its full-time MBA in 2010, the Carey school of business at Johns Hopkins University is to launch an executive version of the programme in May 2011. As with the full-time programme, the EMBA will draw on the [...]