On The MBA


From Doug Casey: “It’s amazing, when you stop and think about it. The professors who teach MBA courses are not successful business people out making millions in the economy – they’re academics! Successful business people with proven track records wouldn’t work for their wages. These academics have no hands-on experience and are teaching theories, most of which are based on completely phony and fallacious economics.

“An MBA is worse than useless. Only a fool would rather have one than the $100,000, the lost income, and the two years of lost time and experience it costs.”

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3 Responses to “On The MBA”

  1. uberVU - social comments Says:

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  2. GMAT MBA Prep Says:

    Doug Casey is a funny guy. Anyway I don’t agree with him. MBA brings value and knowledge and network to its people. MBA is worthy.

    • my1ambition Says:

      MBA programs have improved over the years, yet I still believe that business is more of an art than a science, and the MBA has yet to reflect that fully. But I appreciate your comments.

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