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Top 25 Business Schools Based On Faculty Research Productivity, 2015

Business schools based in the United States continue to dominate faculty research productivity rankings for 2015, with 22 of the top 25 schools based there, according to the latest report from the Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM), an index that tracks faculty research productivity at management schools.

The ranking is based on faculty research published in 24 leading peer-reviewed journals over a period of 5 years. Though the results of the Dallas rankings have many similarities to those of the research rating compiled by the CEOWORLD magazine for its World’s Top Business Schools Rankings.

The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania held on to its No. 1 spot followed by the Harvard University, which ranked  No. 2, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which ranked No. 3, New York University, which ranked No. 4, and the University of Texas at Austin rounded out the top five.

Three non-U.S. business schools made the top 25 worldwide list. The highest ranked schools from outside the US are Insead, based in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, which ranked No. 7, the Rotman school at the University of Toronto, which ranked No. 8, and Hong Kong UST, which ranked No. 24.

Top 25 Business Schools Based On Faculty Research Productivity, 2015

1. University of Pennsylvania (The Wharton School) with  327 articles
2. Harvard University (Harvard Business School) with  255 articles
3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan School of Management) with  232 articles
4. New York University (Leonard N. Stern School of Business) with 246 articles
5. University of Texas at Austin (McCombs School of Business) with 221 articles

6. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor (Ross School of Business) with 210 articles
7. INSEAD with 208 articles
8. University of Toronto (Joseph L. Rotman School of Management) with 197 articles
9. Columbia University (Graduate School of Business) with 215 articles
10. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler Business School) with 188 articles

11. University of Southern California (Marshall School of Business) with 183 articles
12. University of Texas at Dallas (Naveen Jindal School of Management) with 198 articles
13. Northwestern University (Kellogg School of Management) with 184 articles
14. University of Chicago (Booth School of Business) with 185 articles
15. University of Minnesota at Twin Cities (Carlson School of Management) with 199 articles

16. Stanford University (Graduate School of Business) with 182 articles
17. University of Maryland at College Park (Robert H. Smith School of Business) with 188 articles
18. Duke University (The Fuqua School of Business) with 18 articles
19. Pennsylvania State University at University Park (Smeal College of Business) with 166 articles
20. Ohio State University (Fisher College of Business) with 167 articles

21. Washington University at St. Louis (Olin School of Business) with 134 articles
22. Indiana University at Bloomington (Kelley School of Business) with 151 articles
23. University of Washington at Seattle (Michael G. Foster School of Business) with 149 articles
24. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Business School) with 138 articles
25. Arizona State University (W.P. Carey School of Business) with 149 articles

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.

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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