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School of Management academics included in Stanford-Elsevier list of top 2% in the world

Academics from the School of Management are among the top 2% most cited scholars in their field in a list prepared by Elsevier and Stanford University.

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This achievement means that the School of Management is one of the most highly cited business schools in the UK

Congratulations to the School of Management academics named as some of the 'most cited' scholars in their respective fields.

Elsevier and Stanford University released data showing which academics are referenced most frequently in the work of other scholars across last year and throughout their career history. Several members of the School are among the top 2% of most highly cited academics in the world in their research area. This achievement means that we are one of the top ten most highly cited business school in the UK.

The top performing researchers are:

This recognition highlights the influence and profile of our academics, as well as the high regard in which they're held by their peers.

Nancy Harding said, “I’m really delighted that my research is so widely referenced by my peers. The fact that so many of my colleagues appear in this list really attests to the quality of research done in the School of Management. It makes me proud to work here! My work is in critical management studies and feminist and gender theories, showing that the School offers a conducive and supportive home to academics across the spectrum of management thought”.