Business Research News
Do you know where you stand on the EU Referendum? Is the EU the best way forward or a millstone around the region’s neck? To consider these questions, businesses and local people are invited to a debate at the University hosted by the School of Management and the Institute for Policy Research (IPR).
Jemma Rowlandson takes 3MT crown - 24 March 2016
CSCT PhD Jemma Rowlandson has won the University's 3MT competition.
Bath in BIS Science and Innovation Audit - 17 March 2016
We are at heart of new BIS plans to identify areas of potential global competitive advantage
Bath in new Government initiative to increase investment in world-leading research & innovation - 17 March 2016
The University of Bath is at the heart of a consortium of businesses and organisations from across South West England and South East Wales selected to take part in the first wave of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ (BIS) Science and Innovation Audit (SIA).
Push the tobacco industry to change through economic incentives - 15 February 2016
Public health measures to reduce smoking would have more success if policy makers intervened to curb the vast profitability of the tobacco industry, say researchers.
Survey shows researchers committed to boosting economy through greater collaboration and engagement - 13 February 2016
New study highlights how UK academics are committed to working with employers across society to generate economic impact.
Consumers given false impression of pension fund performance - 25 January 2016
Benchmarks that measure the performance of pension funds, and fees charged to consumers by investment fund managers, require greater scrutiny, suggests new research from our School of Management.
Lowering lot size benefits stock exchanges and investors - 30 November 2015
Removing constraints on the minimum number of shares that can be traded in a single transaction on the stock exchange would benefit individual investors and exchanges around the world, according to new research from our School of Management.
Maths network will help solve real-world industry problems - 26 October 2015
A new European network led by Dr Joanna Jordan at the University of Bath will enable mathematicians across the continent to work together to apply mathematics to a range of industrial problems from speeding up clinical trials of new drugs to improving the accuracy of weather forecasts.
Expert evidence in call for tobacco tax increases - 19 October 2015
Our health and management researchers have contributed to a recent Parliamentary report on smoking and health.