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Research centres

Our researchers combine rigour with relevance, aiming to solve real-world problems that meet the challenges of the global economy and society. Our research has already had an impact on society in numerous ways, such as:

High-quality research is key to everything we do. Our academic staff conduct significant research involving major companies and external organisations; their findings inform their teaching so students benefit from their up-to-date knowledge.

Explore our research centres to find out more about our cutting-edge work.

Digital Finance (CDF)

Brings together researchers to investigate the electronic world including electronic financial markets and banking, the largest and most important electronic marketplaces in the world.

People and Organisational Change

This research group is organised around the themes of work, organisational change, leadership, collaborative learning and corporate social responsibility.

CORMSIS

CORMSIS' activity in operational research, management science and information systems research is of a breadth and depth unrivalled in the UK.

Centre for Risk Research (CRR)

CRR aims to develop approaches to its analysis and to help individuals and organisations to improve the quality of decision-making and to effectively manage risk and uncertainty.

Centre for Marketing Research

The Centre for Marketing Research (TCRM) pursues research that advances marketing theory and addresses practical issues experienced by the modern-day marketer.

Postgraduate

A postgraduate degree from Southampton Business School, part of one of the UK¿s leading research-active universities, could unlock a top job for you.

Explore our postgraduate programmes

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