In Many Business Schools, English is the Bottom Line

In Many Business Schools, English is the Bottom Line

Publish Date:  April 10, 2007

Source:  The New York Times

Author:  Doreen Carvajal

When economics students returned this winter to the elite École Normale Supérieure here, a simple one-page petition was posted along the corridors demanding an unlikely privilege: French as a teaching language.

“We understand that economics is a discipline, like most scientific fields, where the research is published in English,” the petition read, in apologetic tones…

 

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