In an effort to further goodwill and foster congenial business relations between the United States and Tunisia, the School of Business at Washington University in Saint Louis hosted some fifty Tunisian students between 1960 and 1963. Coupled with a closely monitored In-Service Training Program, these students where carefully prepared for the workings of a free-market economy through both theoretical and practical experience.
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Finding Aid Revisions: This finding aid was entered into Archon by Hannah Barg in August 2012.
Scope and Contents: This collection is comprised of papers, reports, and correspondence that supports and details the endeavors of the Washington University School of Business Tunisian Project. The material is arranged alphabetically by subject.