Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2011

Abstract

There is a need for the development of international course material studying corporations outside of the United States. The development of these materials is going to require new forms of cooperation between universities and corporations. Little research exists which examines whether practitioners read, understand, or use the material contained in academic journals. This paper examines the relationship between universities and corporations by reporting the results of a study which surveyed executives about their relationship with academic research. The paper then discusses methodologies for improving collaboration between the two constituencies and offers suggestions for the development of international course materials.

Comments

This article was originally published in Global Business and Economics Anthology, volume 1, in 2011.

Copyright

Business and Economics Society International (BESI)

 
 

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