To Kelley School of Business,
With companies having valuation in trillions, along with putting their
hands in every area possible restricting and limiting other new companies to grow (examples
can be presented) flexing their muscles in every way possible, it makes me wonder whether topics
taught in the business school such as, Oligopoly, Monopoly, Pseudo monopolistic markets,
HHI etc has any meaning in the real world.
Unlike many other areas, students come to business school to learn areas that are really applicable
in the real world. However, it appears that there is a disconnect between reality and the academic
learning. In the same way, many aspects of business law captured in the business school appears
to be irrelevant in the real world.
For the reason cited, I would like to petition IU to refund money that I had invested to get myself
a MBA, and also the opportunity costs that was expended by me spending time learning things
that appears to be irrelevant in the real world. I look forward to a favorable consideration in this
Supporting Documents to show opportunity costs lost:
Our founder came out and paid on his own rather than through this funding source. Our founder
opted out of taking any freebies, unlike some others who took or taking unaccounted and
uncalled for risks, and spread the risks on innocent people by repeatedly filing for bankruptcies.
Our founder also tried his best to perform to the best level possible, and did not get bogged down by educational prowess alone. Here is one documented proof.