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Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA) 2016


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This research is part of a series of conference papers from graduate students at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY. The theme emerges from a pedagogical philosophy that an essential learning outcome of a graduate education is the significant influence that business has upon society. For example, developing a focus on job creation rather than solely profit-taking must be integrated into the disposition of emerging business leaders. The learning activity leading to the learning outcome is requiring the graduate business students to experience a real-world project. The students are presented with an opportunity to study a problem and to generate a set of solution-driven recommendations that will lead to social good

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At the time of this conference, Nina, Bryan, and Margaret were graduate students with the Division of Business.

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