IU School of Business Tops 'World Rankings for Entrepreneurship'

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The Kelley School of Business and School of Public and Environmental Affairs on the IU Bloomington campus. (photo courtesy Indiana University) The Kelley School of Business and School of Public and Environmental Affairs on the IU Bloomington campus. (photo courtesy Indiana University)
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The Indiana University Kelley School of Business is ranked at the top of the 2019 World Rankings for Entrepreneurship Activity. IU is the only Indiana school included in the top 20.

The list, determined by the Neely Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Texas Christian University, ranks schools based on research published in three top entrepreneurship journals.

The university says research activity by faculty in Kelley’s Department of Management and Entrepreneurship "far outpaced" those at other universities. This year, Kelley faculty published 37 articles. 

“Even amidst that enormous growth on schools, Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business maintains the No. 1 ranking solidifying its global reputation as the very best in entrepreneurship research. This is a huge tribute to the quality of our entrepreneurship faculty,” Donald Kuratko, the Jack M. Gill Chair of Entrepreneurship and executive director of the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, said in a news release.

To see the full list, click here.  

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