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In Asia, Growing Demand for Western-Trained Faculty

Business schools in Asia looking to strengthen the credibility of their graduate programs are recruiting professors in the U.S. Deans at those schools say nabbing "star" professors is critical for building clout in the research world and subsequently attracting the brightest students to their graduate programs. This growing number of mostly foreign-born U.S. business school professors being lured overseas are drawn to the more competitive salaries, lighter course loads, the promise of more time research and direct access to emerging economies. Read the full article.