As a research intensive school, Brunel Business School has built a distinctive research culture to form a vibrant research community in which scholarship of international quality can flourish. Our success in the last RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) placed us in the top 25% of UK Business Schools, with 80% of our staff deemed to be producing work of international excellence.

Impact of our research

The ultimate heritage brand: The British monarchy

Professor John Balmer's ground breaking research on the British monarchy identifies key aspects of heritage brands.

Minimising disasters - can supply chain management help?

Dr Afshin Mansouri uses supply chain management techniques to increase the number of people who can receive relief in the face of natural disasters.

Improving the lives of ageing consumers

Dr Gabriella Spinelli works with Age UK to improve our understanding of how the ageing process impacts consumer decision-making and affects product choice.

Innovation - how accurately do individuals rate themselves at work?

Professor Neil Anderson evaluates the importance of innovation in 360 degree appraisal.

Emotions and entrepreneurship in creative industries

Professor Ruth Simpson explores the motivation to pursue entrepreneurial careers in the Arts.

e-Government development in Turkey, Qatar, Lebanon and the UK

Professor Zahir Irani and his research team investigate ways to improve e-Government services.

Estimating the economic value of intellectual property in the UK

Professor Suma Athreye provides a measurement tool for evaluating the effects of patents on the economy.

Voluntary hospices in England: A viable business model?

Mr Gregorios Theodosopoulos assesses the sustainability of palliative and end of life care provision by voluntary hospices.



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