Ecologies of business education and the geographies of knowledge
The identification in political and corporate circles of business education as a means of (re)producing highly skilled economic elites has been reflected by growing academic interest in the sector. However, this research predominately studies business education in isolation from other practices of learning. In response, I develop geographical perspectives on knowledge and learning to situate business education within broader landscapes of corporate knowledge circulation, production and learning. Positioning business education as a topic of geographical inquiry in this way is valuable since it fosters a more critical understanding of the role of business education within capitalist space economies.