Issues in European business education in the mid-nineteenth century: a comparative perspective

@article{Passant2016IssuesIE,
  title={Issues in European business education in the mid-nineteenth century: a comparative perspective},
  author={Adrien Jean-Guy Passant},
  journal={Business History},
  year={2016},
  volume={58},
  pages={1118 - 1145}
}
Abstract This article explores the emergence of European business education in the mid-nineteenth century. Drawing on archival analysis the typological study which this article proposes, attempts to show that business education before 1870 seems to have been a geographically and institutionally broader expression than has been described up to now. It identifies four organisational models of business education and reveals that higher business education was not limited to the Higher Schools of… 
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