A new report shows that business school despite the recent years broadening of its education with e.g. entrepreneurship, it still works as a factory for the financial sector recruitment requirements. An obvious result of this development is the extraordinary growth of new financial service businesses during the recent years, where one consequence is that other more productive business sectors is being drained of talented people. The report comes from Bank for International Settlements and is based on the research of the economists Stephen Cecchetti and Enisse Kharroubi. Source: Bloomberg
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