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.
Study concludes scandal was management failure and misplaced belief in technology
Study flags negative implications for financial wellbeing
Remote moderation by video encourages frank discussion
The alliance of academic and commercial expertise will combine University algorithm and modelling expertise with Logidot’s Internet of Things (IoT) solution.
Research on people and society to suffer as social media platforms limit access to user data
Dr Grace Augustine from our School of Management looks at the number of young people leaving the oil and gas industry due to climate concerns.
Dr Luke Fletcher’s research explores how LGBT+ people can be better included and supported in the workplace.
Dr Olivia Brown's research analyses data from far-right online spaces to identify the risk that someone might do something violent offline
Professor Rajani Naidoo is researching how to improve higher education management to solve global problems
In episode one of our Research with Impact podcast, Roland Pease discusses the route to net zero with three of the University’s world-leading experts.
As we become ever more reliant on digital technology it can feel just a matter of time before we fall victim to cyber crime. Researchers take on the threat.
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
The OR Society's annual conference for 2023.
The 7th EURO Working Group on Humanitarian Operations Mini-Conference, hosted by EURO Working Group on Humanitarian Operations and the School of Management
Hosted by the University of Bath School of Management.