LSE Business Review

Andrew Jack: “Diversity is not dead by any means”

Helena Vieira

2024-02-14 05:00:52

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**Article Summary:**
Andrew Jack, the education editor of the Financial Times, talks about the growing demand for business education in countries like China, India, and Africa, particularly from established educational institutions in countries such as the UK, US, Canada, and Australia. He discusses trends in business education, differences between the US and the UK, and debates on diversity and ESG in the business world.

Key Themes

1. Internationalization: Growing demand for business education from countries like China, India, and Africa.
2. Trends in Business Education: Changes in teaching methodologies and formats, specialism in digital skills, AI, sustainability, and more.
3. Debates on Diversity and ESG: Discussion on the controversies and criticisms surrounding diversity and ESG in the US.

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