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Research4Good - making a positive difference through management research

Our research improves people’s lives. It enhances our community. It strengthens our economy. It contributes to a better world. It’s Research4Good.


Driving real world impact through our research.

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School of Management research makes a real impact. See how we are helping people, communities, economies and the world.

Sustainability in the School of Management

Andy Crane and Steve Brammer discuss the School of Management's sustainability research and teaching.


Our research improves people’s lives. We tackle challenges around individual wellbeing, health, exploitation and discrimination through management research.

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Our research helps protect people from being victims of modern slavery by helping companies and the government understand the links between modern slavery and supply chains.


Our research enhances communities. We work to build infrastructure and links where you live and work, to drive vibrancy and resilience.

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We’re helping local hospitals manage their capacity, improve patient care and coordinate their Covid-19 response.


Our research strengthens the economy. It supports businesses to flourish and grow, and supports innovators and entrepreneurs.

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Our research supports start up and existing social enterprises in the local community. Our Social Enterprise and Innovation Business Support Programme provided business support to social entrepreneurs.


Our research contributes to a better world. We work with partners across the globe to improve society and work towards a more sustainable future.

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Our research helps improve education in developing countries. It looks at the link between different models of school management and how these affect student learning and well-being.

Highlights from our blog

Follow our blog for research, analysis and discussion of the role of business in society.

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