In July 2014 China banned government officials and SOE-executives from joining high-fee business schools to avoid colluding between officials and private entrepreneurs. WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu assesses the damage for the schools with Robert Yu of GMAC (in charge of GMAT) and discusses how business school can adjust their strategy.
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