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The Revolution in Management Science Instruction: Implications for Public Affairs Curricula
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Journal of Public Affairs Education Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 1523-6803

Abstract

Discusses the origins and nature of the technological and institutional factors, such as use of spreadsheets and"end-user modeling," that have led to rapid and dramatic changes in how introductory management science is taught. Describes such a course at Carnegie Mellon University Heinz School of Public Policy and Management and offers guidelines for creating or adapting such courses. (DB)

Citation

Caulkins, J. (1999). The Revolution in Management Science Instruction: Implications for Public Affairs Curricula. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 5(2), 107. Retrieved January 28, 2022 from .

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