Instructor’s Guides

Your faculty and Bloomberg Businessweek will create a dynamic learning experience for your students.

Bloomberg Businessweek Instructor’s Guides are emailed each Monday morning to correspond with the arrival of the latest issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. If you would like to sign up to receive these tools in your inbox, or if you would like to add a group of professors to our list, simply contact your Business School Connection regional sales rep, or click here to send us an email.

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ProfessorsOur “By Professors, For Professors” Instructor’s Guides allow the application of both recent and past events into meaningful lesson plans. These Guides, written by an advisory panel of 15 Professors, incorporate exercises and assignments to bring lessons to life. They are created in real-time and are forward looking, corresponding with the latest issue. From introductory level to advanced, the Instructor’s Guides current week’s issue ensuring maximum timeliness.

Real-time, multi-disciplinary tools

The Bloomberg Businessweek Education Resource Center empowers professors to get the most out of the magazine with a robust and engaging package of services available 24/7.  Instructor’s tools, guides, classroom exercises, real-world examples, along with an articles archive makes the Education Resource Center a one-stop shop for professors.

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  • Online archive features more than 15 years of reviews
  • Access the review’s abstract, discussion and quiz questions
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Why the U.S. Tax System Is Such a Mess

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Why the U.S. Tax System Is Such a Mess


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