Our research

The Business School focuses on four strategic research and education themes that align closely with the University’s commitment to research on issues of national and international significance.

Our research themes align with the University's commitment to research on issues of national and international significance.

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The Business School has a large number of researchers across its eight academic departments.

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The Business School hosts a number of research centres that focus on long-term projects of social, economic and academic relevance.

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Our two research beacons provide multi-faceted platforms for research-based engagement with stakeholders.

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Our research group members are engaged in projects of social, economic and academic relevance.

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The cutting-edge research from our Business School researchers is now available to access on SSRN.

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We support researchers to do research that contributes to social, economic, environmental and cultural development.

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Read about our Associate Dean (Research) and the Business School's research committees.

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We aim to showcase the relevance, robustness and usefulness of business research to our external stakeholders.

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Submission, assessment criteria, preparation guide and award information for the Research Impact Competition.

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The Business School Research Excellence Awards recognise, celebrate and reward excellent performance.

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From curiosity to insight, these stories offer a personal account of how our researchers came to be where they are today.

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Many of our academic staff occupy editorial positions on leading journals in the business field and related disciplines.

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Search the University’s database for masters and doctoral supervisors and research projects.

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