DocSIG tracks publications in the premier marketing journals, according to authorship and university affiliation, and publishes Top 50 Lists on an annual basis.
Through these lists, we hope to: (1) acknowledge the top individual and school contributors to the premier marketing journals (i.e., Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science) in the previous five years and (2) provide prospective doctoral students with useful information during their application decision process.
The 2016 research productivity lists are found below:
University Research Productivity in the Premier AMA Journals (2007-2016)
Author Productivity in the Premier Marketing Journals (2007-2016)
Author Productivity in the Premier AMA Journals (2007-2016)
University Research Productivity in the Premier Marketing Journals (2007-2016)
For additional reading on the productivity of doctoral programs, please see Dr. Elbeck and Dr. Vander Schee’s article on marketing doctoral programs by institution and subarea here.
Please share these lists with other members of our academic community and those wishing to join us as incoming doctoral students. Also, please email Sash Vaid, , if you spot an error or have any suggestions for improvement.
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