This is a bit of an early release. The web site still has incorrect dates on some things. But this is indeed the 2006 ranking.
Economist ranking reports how students and alumni rated their MBA experience. The factors and weights include: to open new career opportunities and/or career advancement (35%), for personal development and educational experience (35%), to increase salary (20%), and for the potential to network (10%).
School Rank (out of 100) - Click on the chart to the left for the top 100. The top 25 are listed below.
1 - IESE Business School - University of Navarra 2 - Dartmouth College - Tuck School of Business 3 - Stanford Graduate School of Business 4 - Chicago, University of - Graduate School of Business 5 - IMD - International Institute for Management Development 6 - Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management 7 - Harvard Business School 8 - New York University - Leonard N Stern School of Business 9 - Columbia Business School 9 - Michigan, University of - Stephen M. Ross School of Business 10 - California at Berkeley, University of - Haas School of Business 11 - Cambridge, University of - Judge Business School 12 - Virginia, University of - Darden Graduate School of Business Administration 14 - Henley Management College 16 - IE - Instituto de Empresa 16 - Pennsylvania, University of - Wharton School 17 - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT Sloan School of Management 18 - Cranfield School of Management 19 - UCLA Anderson School of Management 20 - London Business School 21 - Ashridge 22 - INSEAD 23 - Cornell University - Johnson Graduate School of Management 24 - Yale School of Management 25 - Emory University - Goizueta Business School Economist Ranking Web Site