Here we present analyses for the casecenter. Combines 3 sources: The abstracts of the casecenter (2010 - 2021), Publications in FT50 & UTD lists (abstracts) and the ranking position in the FT-Global MBA 2020. We present analyses for the ranked schools in the FT-Global MBA 2020 that are also present in the casecenter data (28 schools).
SDG Ratio: The SDG ratio is calculated as the sum off the probabilities divided by the total number of publications. The SDG ratio is presented per individual SDG and rages from 0% - 100%. This alows us to compare schools for each indivual SDG.
SDG Profile: An overview of the SDG ratios for each SDG for a specific school.
SDG Footprint: One unit of analysis can relate to multiple SDGs. The model give a probability score for each SDG. The footprint is calculated as the sum of all probabilities (range 0-1) divided by the total number of publications multiplied by 100. When the footprint is positive the publications relate to more than one SDG (on average). When the footprint is negative the publications relate to less than one SDG (on average).
Below we present 4 analyses regarding the cases.
- The market share of FT Global MBA 2020 ranked school compared to non-FT Global MBA 2020 ranked schools.
- The market share of each FT Global MBA 2020 ranked school.
- The SDG profile of each FT Global MBA 2020 ranked school.
- A rankings based on the SDG footprint.
- A ranking for each SDG based on the SDG Ratio.
Furthermore, we allow you to find similar schools based on the SDG profile (SDG ratio for each SDG). This is done by calculating the cosine distance between each school.
Below we present analyses related to SDG performance of the research output of the FT Global MBA 2020 ranking. We focus on top journals from the following 'collections':
- FT50: These are the top 50 journals with regards to business school research according to the Financial Times. These are the same journals used to construct the FT Research Rank variable. A full list can be found at the following website.
- UTD: These are the top 100 journals according to the University of Texas Dallas. A full list can be found at the following website
Below, we present analyses for the combined cases and articles.
Fist we compare the market share between the cases and the articles.
Next, we compare the SDG footprint in the cases and articles. We see that there is a clear correlation betweeen SDG performance in the articles and cases. We enrich these analyses with variables from the Global MBA ranking and PRME. We demonstrate that SDG footprint is not nessecarily higher for higher ranked schools. Interestingly, we do see that schools that are in PRME have a larger SDG footprint.