I'd add Northwestern MECS, MIT TIES, and maybe Berkeley Haas BEPP to the list. I know the first two have quant training and are strategy focused. Haas is quantitative, but less strategy-focused.
I am hoping to draw on urch's collective wisdom to construct a Top10 or Top20 list of strategy phd programs that are more quantitative/econ-heavy in nature. I was able to find three strong programs, based on a review of course requirements for students, faculty research, and job market placements:
Toronto Rotman Strategic Management
Duke Fuqua Strategy
Can I get your opinion on the three programs above? Would you say all of them are Top10 among strategy programs that take a quant/econ approach? How do they fare among strategy programs more generally?
I have only identified three programs so far. Can you help me expand this list? I would like to end up with a Top10 or Top20 list if possible.
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