Fostering Impactful Research at the University of Bristol Business School

At the University of Bristol Business School, our academics are dedicated to conducting research that makes a tangible difference in society. On 27th March, an Impact Case Study event was organised by Professor Evarist Stoja and the Business School research team where our academics came together to share and evaluate the impact of their work.


The Work, Employment, Organisation and Public Policy (WEOPP) research group – research statemtent

The Work, Employment, Organisations and Public Policy (WEOPP) academic group engages in research and engagement on a range of organisational forms and practices. It comprises approaches that are typically connected to wider social, political and cultural issues. Key research strengths are in the areas of:


University of Bristol secures funding for revolutionary research into manufacturing supply chains

The UK and UKRI are leading the responsive manufacturing revolution with their recent funding call and Innovation Launchpad Network

University of Bristol academics Dr Phil Davies and Dr James Gopsill have recently been awarded a grant for £100,000 for two research projects that will address this issue of supply chain resilience and the role of AI in creating improvements. (more…)

Our students investigate one company’s sustainability, ethics, and social responsibility

Postgraduate students from the University of Bristol Business School studying unit ‘Sustainability and Ethics in Global Supply Chains’ carried out a mapping exercise using the WikiRate platform, to investigate Tate & Lyle PLC’s sustainability and ethical practices. Below they explain what they did, and what they found out.

Why choose postgraduate study at the University of Bristol Business School

The University of Bristol Business School hosted a careers event for Postgraduate students in Business and Economics. The event included a workshop on how to build your network and a chance to meet other students to talk over strategies and share tips.

We took the chance to catch up with some of our students to find out why they chose their programme and what their plans are for after graduation.