The School of Business and Management is a medium-sized research-intensive School with an emphasis on social science based research, with a focus on critical, ethical, political-economic and international/comparative approaches to management and organisation, and a methodological emphasis on qualitative research. The School’s research vision is to be:
“Renowned internationally for agenda-setting research on management and organisation theory, policy and practice that addresses pressing cultural, social, economic and business challenges”.
Key areas of research conducted at the School include:
- Sustainability and ethics
- Accounting and Accountability
- Macro-marketing and consumption
- Organisation Studies
Our research-active staff are also prolific within the academic research community, making regular contributions at conferences and in the pages of the leading academic journals in their fields. Here’s a full list of our researchers, publications and projects.
Complementing discipline-based research in Departments the School is home to three College-designated and ‘challenge’ oriented Research Centres and two Research Groups. The Research Centres and Research Groups are:
Research Theme Groups
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