Work in eastern europe: Eastern Europe comes into its own with home-grown business schools


Danica Purg is dean of Slovenia’s IEDC Bled School of Management, which she founded in 1986 when the country was part of former Yugoslavia. Also the president of Ceeman, she says improvements in the quality of education have come from faculty. Teaching talent was previously scarce because academics brought up in the former eastern bloc were often unfamiliar with western business terms, markets and English, the language in which all of Bled’s programmes are taught.

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