Bayes Business School researchers included among the top two per cent of scientists in their fields

Stanford University-Elsevier list rates Bayes academics as leaders based on career citations.

Bayes Business School academics are among the top two per cent of global scientists in their fields in the 2022 Stanford University-Elsevier list.

Stanford University and Elsevier released the data showing which academics had been referenced most frequently by other scholars by 2022. A number of the Bayes academics were cited in the top two per cent in the world in their research area.

The researchers are:

Charles Baden-Fuller, Centenary Professor of Strategy

Bobby Banerjee, Professor of Management

Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor of Strategic Management

Neil Maiden, Professor of Digital Creativity

Harry Scarbrough, Professor of Information Systems and Management

ManMohan Sodhi, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management

Andre Spicer, Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Hugh Willmott, Professor of Management and Organisational Studies

Professors Baden-Fuller, Banerjee, Jarzabkowski, Scarbrough, and Spicer were named in the top two per cent of academics in the field of Business and Management, Professor Sodhi in Operations Research, and Professor Maiden in Software Engineering. The latest version of the data is available here.

Professor Vasso Ioannidou, Associate Dean for Research at Bayes, said: “Many congratulations to our colleagues for their inclusion in Stanford’s list of the top two per cent of most cited scientists in their respective fields of study. The contribution of each to their respective fields has been recognised as among the best in the world.

“Bayes prides itself on the quality of its research, as shown in the REF 2021 result, where Bayes was ranked fifth in the UK for its research excellence. I have no doubt that our academics will continue to be at the forefront of academic discovery in the years to come.”


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