Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Ted Seto (Loyola-LA) has posted a study. He did not adjust the results for differences in school size (e.g., Harvard and Georgetown are huge, Yale and Stanford small), for reasons that didn't make any sense to me. Also bear in mind that NLJ 100 firms are heavily concentrated in the Northeast corridor, also a factor in the redsults. With those two caveats in mind, it's still interesting data.