Our research interprets patterns of economic, business and social life in a manner that fosters new theories and ideas; engages in empirical research grounded in current practices; and develops suggestions for public policy as well as for institutional and organizational innovations. The core purpose is to deepen understanding of how markets, business organizations and social institutions evolve over time.
Research from Queen’s Management School economics lecturer Dr Luis Guimaraes suggests that the rollout of mass antibody testing could help to lower social activity and thus contagion of COVID-19.Read more
Academics from QMS are involved in a new initiative called the Economics Observatory (ECO), a new website that seeks to answer questions from policy-makers and the public about the economics of the Covid-19 crisis and the recovery.Read more
In the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF), which assesses the quality of research in UK higher education institutions, 70% of our research output was world-leading or internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance and rigour. This placed us 9th out of 101 business schools in the UK on research intensity and recognises our innovative approach to research.
An interdisciplinary research centre which aims to promote social, behavioural, and management science research into issues relating to health and other dimensions of human wellbeing.Read more
Promoting management and organisational studies (MOS) research into issues relating to leadership, ethical management practices including decision making and sustainability, and organisational development / transition.Read more
Promoting research focusing on the themes of accountability in the charity and public sectors; financial institutions; and managing in the charity and public sectors.Read more