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Things you Learn in B-School

Yesterday, I was chatting with a classmate who's graduating in three weeks. She mentioned that even though her MBA is almost done, she really wasn't sure what she's actually learned.

Obligatory snark about a couple of useless classes aside, you actually do learn something in B-school. For example, if I hadn't taken Macroeconomics, I would never have thought this was funny.

I could do without the "We're Columbia, we rule!" verse at the end, and it might be a bit unfair to slam Bernanke when he's only been Fed chair less than 3 months, but still, I laughed and sent the link to my econ prof.


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