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Andersen, P. H., & Rask, M. (2008b). Taking action: New ways of student and manager involvement in business education. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 26(2), 145-165.

Teaching models at Business schools are under siege these years and some say that the legitimacy of business schools are at stake. How can we take action against the criticism of our current teaching models and produce learning situations which are in tune with the needs and wants of students and society? We suggest that such a quest must take departure in stakeholder theory and develop a setting where complementary stakeholder interests are met. We believe that a recent stream of thinking in the literature on pedagogical development known as limited peripheral participation may provide a viable alternative to the predominant business school teaching model. We illustrate this with an investigative case study from a Danish university context

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  Morten Rask 1997-2011