Business school

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A exporting businesses or business school is a university-level institution that confers degrees in Business Administration. It teaches topics such as accounting, administration, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems, marketing, organizational behavior, public relations, strategy, human resource management, and quantitative methods.


Some business schools center their teaching around the use of case studies (i.e. the case method). Case studies have been used in graduate and undergraduate business education for nearly one hundred years.


Business cases are historical descriptions of actual business situations. Typically, information is presented about a business firm's products, export marketing or markets, competition, financial structure, sales volumes, management, employees and other factors affecting the firm's success.



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1.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bussiness_program



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