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Research in Keele Management School
Research in Keele Management School is oriented towards engagement and change within and beyond the academy. Drawing on the Keele tradition of interdisciplinary research rooted in the social sciences and humanities, we aim to address broad societal interests related to work, organisations and markets and researchers in KMS address key social challenges through in-depth and detailed research. Researchers in KMS have experience of a range of methodological approaches and a growing expertise in working with those disadvantaged or marginalized in society.
Watch the video below about one of our research centres, CASIC - Commumity Animation and Social Innovation Centre.
We have over 40 researchers working in the areas of accounting, economics and finance, human resource management, management and organisation studies and marketing. Staff regularly present their work at national and international conferences and publish in leading international peer-reviewed journals. They also contribute towards knowledge and impact through writing scholarly books, contributing to edited research volumes, and publishing reports aimed at practitioners. Research is funded by a range of bodies that include the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, charities and central government departments. Researchers in Keele Management School are members of the Centre for Economics and Management, one of five interdisciplinary centres within the Research Institute for Social Sciences (RISS) and researcher are located in five main clusters:
- Accounting and Accountability
- Culture, Organisations and Markets
- Economics & Finance
- Employment Policy and Equalities
Keele is also a member of the Northern Advanced Regional Training Initiative (NARTI), which provides advanced training workshops and seminars on a wide range of research methods and topics.