Research productivity is a key indicator of business school quality, and one of the most important benchmarks is the protocol established by the University of Texas at Dallas’ Naveen Jindal School of Management. On a rolling basis, the school measures publications, including their authors and affiliations, in 24 leading business journals across major business disciplines.
The result is a ranked list of the top business schools by their contributions to research, with separate top 100 lists for the worldwide and North American business school communities, as well as a list of rankings by journal.
Dr. James Cochran, Culverhouse’s associate dean for research and faculty, said, “We are pleased, but not surprised, to see Culverhouse climbing in the research rankings, which is a reflection on our dedicated research faculty.”
Culverhouse Dean Kay Palan said, “This is wonderful news, and we expect to see Culverhouse continue to be a contender in the UTD research list in years to come. Congratulations to all of the faculty who helped us achieve this new ranking.”