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We are a firmly established leading international centre for management research. This is reflected in our rating in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) which places us 5th in the UK, equal to Oxford and LSE.
The School’s international reputation is supported by leading academics who inform policy at the highest levels of business and society.
Our research is structured around six issue-based Subject Groups, which span functional disciplines. These groupings contain cross-functional Research Centres, which focus and formalise our major research initiatives. Teaching is organised within functional or disciplinary subject groups.
Our research culture is both interdisciplinary and international
The practice of interdisciplinary research within flexible clusters of staff is a defining strength of the School.This is complemented by an active policy of internationalisation which encourages joint research with leading academic institutions in Europe the US and Asia.
For further information on any of our Research Centres or Subject Groups, please contact the centre directly. Alternatively for information concerning research conducted in the School of Management please visit the School of Management’s Research Office.