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TEMPE, Ariz. — Americans are keenly focused on improving our economy and creating more jobs through advancements in the business world. The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University now ranks No. 1 in creating new business knowledge that can help move us forward.
In rankings from the journal Technovation, the school ranks first among all business schools worldwide for authoring research in the Top 45 academic business journals with the most global impact.
“We’re always focused on helping our students to succeed in the business world, but we also strive to provide cutting-edge research to help existing businesses and startups,” says W. P. Carey School of Business Dean Robert Mittelstaedt. “We have faculty members doing groundbreaking research in their fields, and this directly affects businesses and their customers.”
The new rankings looked at articles published in 2010 in the world’s foremost journals for business. The W. P. Carey School comes out No. 1 for articles written, ahead of Harvard University, Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and all other big names.
To explain the significance of these new research rankings, a recent article from Strategy + Business quotes a study showing that “MBA students who go to schools where the research level is high get paid more than peers who went to other schools – as much as 21 percent more after three years in the real world.”
Three of the W. P. Carey School’s faculty members are listed among the Top 20 most prolific authors in these highly cited research journals: Supply Chain Management Professors Craig Carter and Kevin Dooley and Management Professor Anne Tsui. The school also has five faculty members who are editors or associate editors of the Top 5 academic journals: Professors Craig Carter, Thomas Choi, Kevin Corley, Amy Hillman and Jeff LePine.
“Research is a high priority at the W. P. Carey School because we always want to have real-world impact,” explains Executive Dean and Professor Amy Hillman, who is also editor of Academy of Management Review, the No. 1 journal in terms of citation impact. “We’re at the frontier when it comes to important developments of the day, including teaching businesses how to protect your personal information online, tracking foreclosures in the hard-hit real estate market, and helping government officials to cost-model flu vaccination efforts to potentially save millions of dollars in taxpayer money.”
Other recent business-school research rankings, including an annual list from the University of Texas at Dallas, also place the W. P. Carey School in the Top 25 worldwide. In addition, U.S. News & World Report ranks the school’s undergraduate business, full-time MBA and evening MBA programs Top 30 in the nation. The Wall Street Journal ranks the school’s Tempe-based executive MBA program No. 13 in the world.
W. P. CAREY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is one of the top-ranked and largest business schools in the United States. The school is internationally regarded for its research productivity and its distinguished faculty members, including a Nobel Prize winner. Students come from 99 countries and include 60 National Merit Scholars. For more information, please visit wpcarey.asu.edu and http://knowwpcarey.com.