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Grade Non-Disclosure Policies: An Analysis of Restrictions on M.B.A. Student Speech to Employers

@article{Ciolli2007GradeNP,
  title={Grade Non-Disclosure Policies: An Analysis of Restrictions on M.B.A. Student Speech to Employers},
  author={A. Ciolli},
  journal={University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={709}
}
  • A. Ciolli
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law
The past decade has seen a new trend emerge among the most elite American business schools. In an effort to reduce competitiveness among their respective student bodies, students at several elite business schools have held referenda to prohibit any M.B.A. student from disclosing his or her grades to employers. While these policies differ in scope, some prohibit disclosure even if a failure to disclose one's grades would result in one not obtaining a job offer. Students have usually ratified… 
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