The Business School advances knowledge through theoretical and applied discipline-based research. That research is published in top academic journals and creates impact through peer recognition, corporate and community engagement, and the support of student learning.
Our research mission
The Business School's research mission is to produce theory-led, practically relevant research that addresses contemporary organisational and management challenges faced by businesses, public organisations, regulatory bodies, and policy-makers.
Our research strategy is focused on creating and sustaining a supportive, collaborative, and vibrant research culture through raising the quality and quantity of our research output and by developing and managing all faculty to achieve our goals.
Practitioner engagement is a major emphasis of the Business School. In addition to dissemination in academic and practitioner journals, each research group runs a variety of activities with the aim of providing a broad base of accessible evidence for practitioner-oriented activities.Find out more
The Business School's research environment is further enlivened by our growing doctoral community, with over 100 research students from across the globe. Please see the PhD section for detailed information on our research degree programmes and how to apply.Find out more
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Launch of 2015 World-class Workshop Series26th March 2015
The Business School recently invited applications for the 2015 round of our World-class Workshop competition. We are delighted to announce that we were able to fund five World-class PhD Workshops this year.... Continue reading
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PhD student secures fellowship at the Oxford Refugee Studies Centre 16 February 2015
Recent Research Wins 22 January 2015
Business School academic talks about launch of world’s second-largest carbon market More from the research blog
Research on Twitter
Registration is now open for the 5th seminar in our @ESRC series on Sustaining Employee Wellbeing - the dark side http://t.co/Z8Zxwjz8CQ
Angela Tregear & Sarah Cooper will present their @ISBE RAKE findings at a Learning & KT Event in Stirling on 28 April http://t.co/aV8FZN6yMJ
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