BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business is among the top 10 business schools in the United States in terms of management research productivity, according to an annual index compiled by Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia.
The Kelley School was ranked eighth nationally in the latest TAMUGA Ranking of Management Department Research Productivity, which tracks faculty research contributions to eight of the most-influential scholarly journals in the discipline of management.
Kelley also was ranked 12th worldwide.
The ranking gauges business schools based on the number of publications in eight top management journals by their faculty members. Research output by faculty in Kelley’s Department of Management & Entrepreneurship was more than any other business school in Indiana. It ranked second in the Big Ten, behind only the University of Iowa.
The Kelley School moved up in these management research rankings, rising from 12th in 2021 and 32nd in 2020.
Erik Gonzalez-Mulé, the Randall L. Tobias Chair in Leadership, associate professor of organizational behavior and human resources, and chair of the department, said the rankings reflect the support for scholarly research by Kelley School leadership as well as his peers’ desire to advance management knowledge.
“The Kelley School is committed to research excellence, and we are grateful for the resources and support afforded to our faculty so they are able to do their best work. Our department’s faculty members have consistently demonstrated their exceptional talent, intellectual curiosity, and unyielding passion for advancing management knowledge. These rankings are just the latest indicator of our collective productivity, which has been on a consistent upward trajectory.”