Rating of Graduate Schools in Economics

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5.0
2. Harvard University (MA) 4.9
3. Princeton University (NJ) 4.9
4. Stanford University (CA) 4.9
5. University of Chicago 4.9
6. University of California--Berkeley 4.8
7. Yale University (CT) 4.7
8. Northwestern University (IL) 4.6
9. University of Pennsylvania 4.4
10. University of Wisconsin--Madison 4.2
11. University of California--Los Angeles 4.1
12. University of Michigan--Ann Arbor 4.1
13. University of Minnesota--Twin Cities 4.1
14. California Institute of Technology 4.0
15. Columbia University (NY) 4.0
16. University of Rochester (NY) 4.0
17. Cornell University (NY) 3.9
18. University of California--San Diego 3.9
19. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.7
20. New York University 3.7
21. Brown University (RI) 3.6
22. Duke University (NC) 3.6
23. University of Texas--Austin 3.6
24. Johns Hopkins University (MD) 3.5
25. University of Maryland--College Park 3.5
26. Boston University 3.4
27. University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign 3.4
28. University of Virginia 3.4
29. Ohio State University--Columbus 3.3
30. University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill 3.2
31. Michigan State University 3.1
32. Pennsylvania State University--University Park 3.1
33. University of California--Davis 3.1
34. University of Iowa 3.1
35. University of Washington 3.1
36. Washington University in St. Louis 3.1
37. Texas A&M University--College Station 3.0
38. University of Arizona 3.0
39. Purdue University--West Lafayette (IN) 2.9
40. Boston College 2.8
41. Indiana University--Bloomington 2.8
42. University of California--Santa Barbara 2.8
43. University of Florida 2.8
44. University of Southern California 2.8
45. Vanderbilt University (TN) 2.8
46. Iowa State University 2.7
47. University of Pittsburgh 2.7
48. North Carolina State University--Raleigh 2.6
49. Rice University (TX) 2.6
50. Rutgers State University--New Brunswick (NJ) 2.6
51. Claremont Graduate School (CA) 2.5
52. Georgetown University (DC) 2.5
53. University of Colorado--Boulder 2.5