Our research improves people’s lives. It enhances our community. It strengthens our economy. It contributes to a better world. It’s Research4Good.
Our division conducts research that spans accounting and finance and teaches across accounting, finance and law.
We are an influential group of researchers who publish in leading journals. Our research areas include supply chain management, cyber security and forecasting.
We are a respected group of researchers with diverse expertise spanning marketing, corporate social responsibility and society.
We are an active group of researchers focusing on people at work and the development of the organisations they work in.
Rethinking business in a sustainable society; providing the evidence base to get there
We focus on finding the balance between governance, regulation and strategic planning to ensure the effective functioning of organisations, regions and markets.
CHI² leads and explores multidisciplinary research into health and care systems, and ways to improve them.
Exploring how enterprising individuals and organisations use innovation to create value.
We explore higher education innovation for global wellbeing.
We are a group of researchers exploring how work is changing, and will continue to change, with new technologies, attitudes and ways of working.
How individuals do identity work to maintain their occupational trajectory. A Strategy & Organisation seminar.
An ICHEM seminar with Professor Fazal Rizvi, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Illinois.
Ordinary people see beauty in complex mathematical arguments in the same way they can appreciate a beautiful landscape painting or a piano sonata
Negative interest rate policies have been introduced to stimulate flagging economies but the unconventional monetary strategy may be doing more harm than good.
Digital games, typical of those on smartphones, may relieve stress more effectively than mindfulness apps, a study from UCL and the University of Bath shows
Using a mobile phone on a trip to the supermarket pushes up shopping bills by a hefty 41 per cent, according to researchers from our School of Management.
Most studies into the impact of technology use on psychological wellbeing rely on flawed measures say researchers.
Chief executives who speak out on political issues and take a principled, humanistic stance are increasingly sought out by jobseekers.
How School of Management research helped to make the automotive, aerospace and construction industries save money and cut waste.
School of Management researchers are working with the UN to improve its knowledge management and tackle poverty in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Professor Ania Zalewska and colleagues in Brazil are investigating how companies voted for governance reforms.