Research at the School of Business and Economics is integral to who we are and why we are here: research of the highest level that informs academia, but research that is also instrumental to helping shape and influence the wider world across both the public and private sectors.
Research Centres represent the key areas of our research strength; Research Interest Groups are emerging areas of research; and Discipline Groups are the fundamental areas of teaching and research in which individual staff members are grouped.
- Business and Economics Education (BEE – RIG)
- Emergency Management (EM – RIG)
- Firms in the Global Economy (FGE – RIG)
- Global Sourcing (GS – RIG)
- Logistics and Transportation Analytics (LTA – RIG)
- Management Accounting (MA-RIG)
- Money and Developing Economies (MaDE – RIG)
- Simulation Practice (SP – RIG)
- Town Centres (TC – RIG)
- Visual Decision Practices (VDP – RIG)
We are passionate about the research we do and the dynamic research community we have created at Loughborough, inspiring and supporting researchers from around the world to explore research questions that sit at the intersection of contemporary intellectual debate and the challenges confronting business and policy communities. That blending of rigour and relevance is at the core of our research philosophy. Ultimately, our research matters.
Whether you are a prospective doctoral student interested in microeconomics or consumer behaviour, or an industry leader seeking to fund vital research about international marketing strategies, the School of Business and Economics is well placed to provide the right opportunities for you and to get you to where you want to be.