Do research and education matter to business school rankings?
Business schools have been the subject of much recent criticism. We address this criticism by examining the impact of research and education activities on student quality and overall rankings. Contrary to popular sentiment and prior literature, we find that research and education matter, and influence a school's graduate quality and ranking. These results suggest that focusing university resource investments toward improving core activities such as research and education may bode well for a school's students, faculty, and overall ranking.
Paul L. Drnevich, Craig E. Armstrong, Tamara A. Crook, and T. Russell Crook. "Do research and education matter to business school rankings?" International Journal of Management in Education 5.2/3 (2011): 169-187.
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