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Economics PhD Europe
yudi posted a topic in PhD in EconomicsHey everyone, hope you all are good and not sweating too much. Can anybody let me know how the 'early admissions' process works in Europe, specially Germany and Austria? If I apply early, would I have to accept early as well? because nothing is mentioned on the website about that. Only thing they have said explicitly is that candidates who are rejected in the early round will be considered for admission later. I am also applying to the US and it sounds risky if I have to give up my position here, in case I am selected. Thanks for your help.
So as we know, H index is actually pretty subject-dependent, which means that we cannot compare the index across different subjects. Then, in the field of strategic management, how high should it be for a scholar to be considered little-known/somewhat recognized/well-known/prestigious? I can point out several scholars in the field who might very well be considered to be prestigious: Michael E. Porter, h-Index: 180 David J. Teece, h-Index: 106 Jay Barney, h-Index: 87 But what about those whose h-Index is 70? 56? 40? 30? Might I know from you guys if there's a general understanding regarding the use of h-Index in the field? Thanks for time and attention!
regarding age for completing phd
underg2121 posted a topic in PhD in EconomicsHow old is considered old for completing PhD? I was planning on working as an RA for 1-2 years (preferably 1, not sure yet) after undergrad, and assuming I go straight into PhD after RAing, I will be 31-32 by the time I get my degree. If I just go straight into PhD, I'll manage to finish when I'm 29-30. Is 32 considered old? pLEASE HELP. Thank you.
IESE vs. IE Business School (PhD in Management)
PMe posted a topic in PhD in BusinessHi, I have got admission to both, IESE & IE business school for their phd program and need help in deciding which one to go for. My focus is on Quant (Marketing or Strategic Management). Are these schools considered good for their PhD programs? Their MBA rankings are very high (Top 10 Globally) and their professors are doing work that really interests me. However, are these considered competitive programs, compared to top American schools? I am leaning towards IESE but with the political situation in Barcelona, I am having some doubts - is this something to be concerned about? Thanks for your input!