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UT Dallas Ranking of Business Schools Shows Rise in Scholarly Articles in Top Journals

The Naveen Jindal School of Management has released The UTD Top 100 Business School Research Rankings™ for 2014, providing a benchmark to measure faculty research productivity at schools around the globe.

Dr. Hasan Pirkul

Dr. Hasan Pirkul

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania retained the No. 1 spot it has held since the annual rankings began in 2005.

Harvard University maintained the No. 2 place in the latest North American and worldwide rankings, while New York University moved to No. 3. The standings are based on articles published in 24 leading peer-reviewed journals from 2009 to 2013.

The Jindal School tracks those article contributions to create separate U.S. and worldwide rankings. The scoring system measures single and multiple authors of articles, as well as multiple university affiliations.

The rankings document a significant increase in business faculty research in the past nine years. The 100 ranked schools produced 9,174 articles in the 24 leading journals during the most recent ranking period. That number has risen from 5,879 articles in the first period used in the rankings, from 2000 to 2004.

We are proud of the Naveen Jindal School of Management’s strong commitment to high-quality research. Our growing reputation as an institution with a rich research environment helps us attract world-class faculty and students.

Dr. Hasan Pirkul,
Jindal School dean and Caruth Chair

Jindal School faculty produced 170 articles during the most recent period, placing the school at No. 16 in the North American ranking and No. 17 in the global ranking. Since 2005, the school has climbed from No. 36 in North America.

“We are proud of the Naveen Jindal School of Management’s strong commitment to high-quality research,” said Dr. Hasan Pirkul, Jindal School dean and Caruth Chair. “Our growing reputation as an institution with a rich research environment helps us attract world-class faculty and students.”

The ranking database can be searched by journal, school, author or key phrases in articles from 1990 to present. Publications follow a range of disciplines, including accounting, finance, information systems, international business, marketing, operations and organizational behavior.

Two non-U.S. schools made the top 20 worldwide. INSEAD, based in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, was No. 14 worldwide. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology ranked No. 20 worldwide.

Top-Ranked Business Schoolsin North AmericaUniversity of Pennsylvania Wharton SchoolHarvard University Harvard Business SchoolNew York University Leonard N. Stern School of BusinessUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor Ross School of BusinessThe University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of BusinessUniversity of Maryland at College Park Robert H. Smith School of BusinessNorthwestern University Kellogg School of ManagementMassachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of ManagementUniversity of Chicago Booth School of BusinessUniversity of Southern California Marshall School of BusinessStanford University Graduate School of BusinessColumbia University Columbia Business SchoolDuke University The Fuqua School of BusinessUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business SchoolUniversity of Minnesota at Twin Cities Carlson School of ManagementThe University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of ManagementOhio State University Fisher College of BusinessUniversity of Toronto Joseph L. Rotman School of ManagementPennsylvania State University at University Park Smeal College of BusinessUniversity of California at Los Angeles Anderson School of Management

See the complete rankings, which  can be searched by journal, school, author or key phrases in articles from 1990 to present.

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