Serving Multiple Constituencies in the Business School: MBA-Progam vs. Research Performance
2000, Academy of Management Journal
J. S. Trieschmann, Alan R. Dennis, G. Northcraft, W. A. Niemi
Business schools strive to meet two goals: knowledge exploration through research and knowledge exploitation through instruction. Our results indicate that research performance (pages published in leading journals) and M.B.A. (master of business administration) program performance (popular business press rankings) are different. Research performance was improved by the number of faculty, the proportion of full professors, the proportion of assistant professors, and editorships. M.B.A, program performance was improved by the budget per faculty member and the proportion of full professors.
Trieschmann, J. S., A. R. Dennis, G. Northcraft, and W. A. Niemi (2000), "Serving Multiple Constituencies in the Business School: MBA-Progam vs. Research Performance," Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 43, No. 6, pp. 1130-1141.