At 26 years old, Gavin Carter was faced with a dilemma. He just had the good news that he was the MBA program adopted at a prestigious university. But he had also recently learned that he was going to promote in the equity research department with his current employer, a prominent investment bank to be informed. Although he really at the prospect of promoting its long-term prospects by enthusiastically to business school, Carter needed to find out if its investment in an MBA education … Read more »

At 26 years old, Gavin Carter was faced with a dilemma. He just had the good news that he was the MBA program adopted at a prestigious university. But he had also recently learned that he was going to promote in the equity research department with his current employer, a prominent investment bank to be informed. Although he really at the prospect of promoting its long-term prospects by enthusiastically to business school, Carter needed to find out whether his investment would pay off in an MBA education.
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Wei Li,
Joseph Jordan
Source: Darden School of Business
3 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 22, 2005. Prod #: UV1368-PDF-ENG
Gavin Carter: What is an MBA worth? HBR case solution

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