Broad School’s research productivity ranks among top 10

Publish Date: Monday, March 24, 2008

According to the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index™ produced by Academic Analytics, LLC, the Broad School’s Accounting, Management Information Systems and Marketing faculty rank among the top 10 among all research universities. The FSP index is a method for evaluating doctoral programs at research universities. In the 2007 ranking, 217,254 faculty members who are listed on their school’s PhD program Web sites were evaluated on several factors, including publications (books and journal articles), citations of journal publications, federal research funding and awards and honors. The Broad School’s faculty productivity was ranked as follows: Accounting 6 Management Information Systems 6 Marketing 10