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.
Our research expertise is in warehousing and logistics applications. We focus on developing methods for improving operations management and decision making.
A partnership between the University and Hinkley Point C. We provide a platform for thought leadership, connecting business, policymakers and academics.
A knowledge hub focusing on retailing and contemporary consumer issues.
We foster research, training and education, and industry collaborations through qualitative research.
Academics from the School of Management are among the top 2% most cited scholars in their field in a list prepared by Elsevier and Stanford University.
The University has launched a free online course to help health practitioners find innovative solutions to healthcare challenges
Companies must do more to understand and act on cognitive diversity in their boardrooms, according to a new report
People with an individual personal pension could retire with as little as half the value of a comparable group pension fund facilitated by an employer
Two researchers at the University of Bath are named among the UK’s most promising science and research leaders, securing Future Leader Fellowships from UKRI
The Financial Times have ranked us in the top 20 most influential business schools in the world for ‘teaching power’.
Dimo Dimov’s research was used to create the Social Enterprise and Innovation Programme, which helped generate £3.3 million of investment in the South West
Professor Christos Vasilakis is using operational research to help hospitals manage their capacity, improve patient care and coordinate their Covid-19 response.
Dr Güneş Erdoğan has developed a tool that helps organisations choose the best routes for delivering goods, helping to save money and reduce emissions.
Dr Simone Giansante’s analysis is helping to detect instability in financial markets. His research could help countries avoid catastrophic financial events.
Professor Adam Joinson’s research explores why people fall for cyberattacks, and helps develop training to prevent it.
Research by Professor Ian Colville is key to organisations navigating crises, including the Wilshire Police Service in the wake of the Salisbury poisonings.
Part of the Bath AFL - QF & Fintech Research Seminar Series.
An event in the AFL seminar series.
A series of online finance seminars hosted by the Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy and their international partner universities.