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Consensus Ranking of Major Business School Rankings

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New post 28 Feb 2007, 12:57
Found this on another board. Clearly averaging the rankings has its flaws (HBS #4!?), but its somewhat helpful to have them all on the same page...


October 2006 (or most recent) issue:
What the seven numbers after each school correspond to:

1) Consensus ranking of major business school rankings
2) Economist Intelligence Unit (US schools only)
3) Business Week
4) Wall Street Journal
5) U.S. News & World Report
6) Financial Times (US schools only)
7) Forbes

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1) Wharton (U Penn) 1 12 2 6 3 1 2
2) Chicago 2 3 1 11 6 5 3
3) Tuck (Dartmouth) 3 1 11 2 9 7 1
4) HBS (Harvard) 4 5 4 14 1 2 7
5) Stanford 5 2 6 18 2 3 6
6) Columbia 6 9 10 4 7 4 4
7) Kellogg (Northwestern) 7 4 3 6 4 12 10
8) Haas (Berkeley) 8 8 8 5 7 11 15
9) Ross (U Michigan) 9 6 5 1 11 10 26
10) Sloan (MIT) 10 13 7 10 4 8 18
11) Stern (NYU) 11 6 14 17 13 6 13
12) Yale SOM 12 15 19 9 15 9 5
13) Darden (UVA) 12 9 15 13 13 14 8
14) Anderson (UCLA) 14 11 12 19 10 13 14
15) Fuqua (Duke) 15 19 9 12 11 15 20
16) Johnson (Cornell) 16 14 13 16 16 19 9
17) Tepper (CMU) 17 18 16 3 16 24 16
18) Kenan-Flagler (UNC) 18 23 17 8 20 16 14


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New post 28 Feb 2007, 14:33
Tuck always seems to do great in rankings. I guess their one major drawback is their remote location. Probably great for academic endeavors, but more of a challenge for business where it's nice to be connected to a major business center.

I agree that any ranking that doesn't have Harvard and Stanford at the top needs a little work. All-in-all not too many surprises. Ultra-elites occupy 6 of the top 7 slots in this aggregation. Pretty much fits with the idea that Tuck, Haas and Ross are closest to making a move up.

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New post 28 Feb 2007, 15:22
Hey! I think either Hjort or rhyme or both prepared sth like this before. If I remember correctly they called them Metarankings or average rankings! So maybe that other forum has been ripping from us! (or actually, the idea of averaging ranking is not that unique).

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