Our research is distinctive in its objective to understand and influence a broad range of organisation contexts within and beyond corporate decision making. We seek to produce research that is relevant to ongoing debates about the enactment and transformation of policies and practices. We focus on management as a broad and diverse practice, and hence consider its nature and role in both fostering economic and social prosperity and also in creating the economic, social, health and physical problems of our times.
To do this, we seek to foster a research culture that is inclusive of a broad range of perspectives on management and economics challenges. Our research staff are located in one of seven divisions that map to functional and disciplinary fields.
- Accounting and Finance
- Innovation, Technology and Operations
- Management and Organisation
- Work and Employment
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