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An established international reputation

As a management school we aim to apply the insights of social science to the management of private, public and voluntary sector organisations. A shared feature of our research is its international and comparative focus, with a strong historical, sociological and political-economic approach to management issues and activities. 
See our most recent research activities: June 2014; January 2014

Our researchers

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We have over 86 academic staff in a rapidly expanding department, covering the main areas of management. Our faculty includes staff from over 19 countries, and we are committed to teaching and research excellence (our MBA is AMBA accredited).
» Current research-active staff

Our publications

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Staff regularly publish their research in leading international peer-reviewed journals. Our research contributes to theory building, policy and practitioner debates, as well as influencing academics, managers and government policy-makers alike.

» Staff publications | Working paper series

Projects, activities & impact

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Alongside our top quality research and teaching, much of the work done at Royal Holloway School of Management has real value and influence outside of the academic world. Our academics are engaged and in demand to give their input to policy, business and public sector challenges. 
 » Staff projects | Staff activities | Impact

Our PhD students

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The School of Management has excellent research supervision capabilities across a wide range of doctoral topics. We are committed to training the next generation of scholars for employment in academia, government, and the private sector.



» Current PhD students | PhD programme

 

Ranked 14th in the UK for quality of research outputs in REF 2014

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