Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business has achieved another top ranking for entrepreneurship, the school announced last week. In the just-released 2009 World Rankings for Entrepreneurship Productivity, Kelley’s Department of Management and Entrepreneurship received the No. 1 ranking among 150 schools worldwide in the study.
The rankings were established by a simple count of published journal articles by faculty from the various universities across the globe, and Kelley’s top ranking far outdistanced the nearest challenger by doubling its total number of published journal articles.
“Research is the heart and soul of any discipline and the true testament of a program is the research productivity of its faculty. This ranking is another validation of the quality of entrepreneurship faculty that we have at the Kelley School of Business,” said Dan Smith, the school’s dean.
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