Monday, June 2, 2008

We are #6

The big problem with most business school rankings is that they confound the value added by the school with the quality of the students who go there. A new ranking tries to separate out these two effects to correct for what academics call "selection bias."
Rank School
1 Cornell (Johnson)
2 Indiana–Bloomington (Kelley)
3 University of Virginia (Darden)
4 Texas–Austin (McCombs)
5 Harvard
6 Vanderbilt (Owen)
7 Rice (Jones)
8 Minnesota–Twin Cities (Carlson)
9 MIT (Sloan)
10 Maryland–College Park (Smith)

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