Ethnicity and Gender Representation at US Business Schools

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AACSB examines demographic trends from U.S. member business schools that reported gender and race stats for students and faculty from 2011–12 to 2020–21.

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AACSB examined the changing demographics within U.S. business schools, looking at both ethnicity and gender for students and faculty. These trends are based on a controlled set of U.S. AACSB member business schools that reported in all years between 2011–12 and 2020–21. This report is intended to prompt additional discussions on diversity and does not represent a comprehensive analysis of business school demographics or represent all ethnicities or gender categories.

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