Discusses changes in management practice and its educational base in Central and Eastern Europe as moves are made from the centrally planned economy to a market one. The business school system is seen as an attractive pattern to follow in Hungarian business and management education at university level. Answers the question of how this is possible by looking to comparisons between US business and management education and the Hungarian system for the practical solutions that are required by the Hungarian economy in transition.
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