Russian business schools are looking to expand internationally. For many, that means looking towards China and the East.
The Cold War saw the world divided into two blocs, East and West, with the US and the Soviet Union competing for influence across global markets. In business education now, something similar—but far more productive—is afoot.
While Russian b-schools have a long way to go to compete with the business school elite in the US, they are starting to expand internationally. And that, according to George Iliev, director of development markets at the Association of MBAs (AMBA), means a decisive move towards China and the East. (Read more…)