The world increasingly expects business schools to produce solutions to societal challenges, as well as graduates who give back to their communities. But whether because of resource constraints or competing stakeholder interests, many business schools still don’t match their actions in the market to their aspirations to make a difference.

They also face pressure from the rankings, which effectively measure a business program according to the salaries of its graduates but are less useful when it comes to gauging a school’s social impact.

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