Business School

Research areas

Consumers, markets and stakeholders

Focus on consumer attitudes and influences, and the dynamic markets and contexts in which businesses operate.


Investigate economic research across a range of areas including econometrics, behavioural economics, environmental economics and applied economics.

Entrepreneurship, innovation and strategy

Study the development of knowledge and resources for business development and growth.


Examine a wide variety of contemporary topics on capital markets, reflecting current trends in the business world.

Governance, accountability and regulation

Contribute to research in the area of accountability and governance, covering issues that face business professionals in today's rapidly changing organisations.

Nonprofit and social enterprise

Contribute to research at the cutting edge of the problems which face society today.

Organisation and work

Conduct research on people's experiences at work, how they feel, how they perform, and how improvements can be made.