We continue to expand fields of research and academic excellence. We are on a journey and attract world-leading researchers from around the globe who are ready for change, eager for challenges and keen to take leadership in their research domains.
This makes sure that we will continue to leave our mark on unchartered territory and will continue to shape the landscape for theory builders and practitioners.
These selected case studies below showcase the research carried out by our academic faculty.
We look at approaches that countries in the Far East take to demographic ageing and how they could be applied in the Western world.
How much do people value self-interest over the public good?
Our research offers a different perspective on the roles of public accounting and governments’ capacities in the implementation of austerity policies.
Our research has investigated the link between oral health and life opportunities so health services can address future inequalities sooner.
New research has highlighted the dangers of investing in companies with high exposure to European markets in the post-Brexit age.
A fascinating study has highlighted how companies can learn from one of the worst environmental disasters in US history.
Our research looks into the importance of website reviews in helping consumers to evaluate the quality of the product or service that they are about to purchase.
How do strategic decision-makers come together to tackle complex problems?
Firms must consider a number of factors before investing in data security measures, including existing security provision, economics of security and hacker motives.
Our research has helped small businesses across Europe reduce waste and increase productivity.
A new study has shown that retailers are missing a trick by not doing enough to cater for people who are socially excluded.
We research the social and economic effect of an organisation’s impact on society at large.
'Work 4 A Living’ helps people to acquire employability skills that enable them to find a job and work their way out of poverty.