KEDGE Business School ranked first in France for its research in Business Administration
Published since 2017, the Global Ranking of Academic Subjects aims to assess the commitment of the world's higher education institutions to their research activities according to 55 scientific disciplines divided into 5 main categories: engineering, natural sciences, life sciences, medicine and social sciences.
This year, 84 French higher education establishments are represented in 51 disciplinary rankings.
KEDGE is ranked in 3 research categories:
- Business Administration: 1st French school, KEDGE joins the world's Top 50 by ranking 29th (out of 400 establishments),
- Management: the school remains in the same 201-300 bracket and is ranked 7th among French schools,
- Economics: KEDGE enters the ranking in the 401-500 bracket, ranking 6th among French management schools.
These international ranking results attest to the quality of KEDGE's teaching staff, who bring the school's reputation to a worldwide level.
The very high level of academic research produced feeds into the curriculum and enriches the training programmes.
It enables us to support the school's partners, whether companies or public administrations, which wish to innovate or transform themselves in a global context subject to increasingly disruptive technological, environmental or societal changes.
KEDGE students are the first to benefit from international advances in this field.
This excellent result is the fruit of constant and sustained investment in research at KEDGE. It illustrates the priority we give to the impact of our research, for all our ecosystems. A huge well done to all the teams.
Research in figures
- 751 publications
- 117% increase in A articles and 50% increase in B articles in 5 years
- 16 FT articles accepted or published (Sustainable Development, Supply Chain, Marketing and New Consumption and International Business.
The world's top universities and schools (from 50 to 500 institutions depending on the discipline) are ranked for each discipline according to 6 criterias: the number of articles published in the 25% of scientific journals considered to be the most influential, the index which measures the average impact of publications, the percentage of articles co-authored with an international author, the number of articles published and papers presented in leading and award-winning journals and conferences, and the number of staff who have received a prestigious distinction.