MBAs' are the subject of controversy nowadays with some suggesting that the qualification encourages reckless and irresponsible profiteering (as with the case of the CEOs' of Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers). Still, others say that most MBA graduates lead lives of charity and virtue.
What do you think? Are MBAs' the cause of economic volatility? What aspects of these (often highly expensive!) programs are pro-community and what are risky? Read the full report from BusinessWeek.