Subject Research Groups (SRGs) at the Brunel University London Business School
Reflecting our approach of enhancing quality and supporting excellence, through engaged, inclusive, collaborative and synergistic research activities, research and teaching subjects have been developed and realigned since 2008 around priority/strength areas to form five Research Subject Groups:
Founded originally as the Accounting and Auditing research centre (AARC) in 2010 to develop research in accounting and foster relationships with the accountancy profession, national and international stakeholders, AARG is led by Jill Collis with support from Robin Jarvis and Sergio de Cesare. Jill has developed a critical mass of research on the effects of accounting and auditing regulations on small and micro-entities, which has twice formed part of the..
Previously known as the Work and Organisation Research Centre (WORC), HRM-OB has substantially developed and extended past themes to explore broader issues in employment relations, HRM, and performance at work. Led by Neil Anderson, with Mustafa Ozbilgin and Ruth Simpson as professorial staff, and also with a healthy mix of mid-career (Ana-Cristina Costa andSavita Kumra) and early-career (Aida Hajro, Chima Mordi, Selcuk Ugyur and Raffaella Valsecchi) researchers, the group..
Based on accumulated knowledge and resources in two previously successful research centres of the Business School (ISEing led by Habin Lee and Ray Hackney; and OASIS previously led by Amir Sharif and David Gallear), OISM has the ambition to be a leading research group specialised in responsible and sustainable operation management - exploring information systems, operations research, management science, and general and strategic management knowledge, using approaches across public..
About the group
SEIB was formed in October 2015 by previous members of CEIBIEM (the Centre for Entrepreneurship, International Business and Innovation in Emerging Markets) which was born out of merger in 2010 between BRESE (Brunel Research into Enterprise, Sustainability and Ethics) and CIBSEM (the Centre for International Business and Strategy in Emerging Markets).
SEIB offers longstanding expertise in strategy, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and..