Business Schools Retool Curriculum in Light of Financial Crisis

WSJ: Lessons That Fit the Times

Schools are adding and revamping classes on the meltdown, its roots and
consequences. Professors say they want students to avoid repeating
mistakes blamed for the blow-up.

Among the class lessons: Question assumptions behind financial models.
Probe for better information about complex products. Don't let greed
motivate decisions. Better understand the role of regulatory agencies
and governments.

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