Research at Bristol Business School
Bristol Business School is one of the leading post-1992 university centres for research in the fields of business, management and employment. We support a thriving and vibrant research community with over 100 research active academic staff and large numbers of research students. Our research is focused on supporting the future of organisations.
The Applied Marketing Research Group (AMRG) exists to foster working relationships with external organisations with the aim of collaborating in areas of marketing and customer engagement.
Big-DEAL is the first of its kind, bringing together experts from academia and industry to develop innovative digital solutions for real-world issues.
A forum for world-leading inter-disciplinary research in the areas of corporate governance, asset pricing, market efficiency, corporate disclosure and accountability.
The Human Resources, Work and Employment (HRWE) Research Group takes on a reconstructive ‘both-and’ approach to human resources (HR) and employment studies research.
The Innovation, Operations Management and Supply (IOMS) Research Group is formed around the core disciplines of innovation, operations management and supply chain management.
The Sustainable Economies Research Group (SERG) applies inter-disciplinary approaches to the analysis of complex systems to develop solutions and tools that can better bring forth a sustainable economy.
A vibrant research community
Our research values are to promote innovative and collaborative research activity with a high level of commitment to theoretical development and empirical research that has practical relevance to the needs of business and the wider community.
Working in partnership
There are many research opportunities within the Business School, both for organisations wishing to work with us and for research students wishing to do a research degree. We particularly welcome proposals of an interdisciplinary nature and those with an international dimension, but we are always interested in new developments and possible collaborative ventures, whatever the topic.
If you would like to discuss your research ideas and how we could help you, contact us by e-mail, phone or drop us a line through Research, Business and Innovation (RBI), who co-ordinate research activity for the University as a whole.