The Department of Business and Management offers a dynamic environment for doctoral research that benefits from both our strong international network of visiting faculty and our interdisciplinary research links within the School of Business, Management and Economics. Our current research students include:
Min Hua's research focuses on organising the socio-economic relevance of public research in the case of nanotechnology. Her research interests include interactions between academics, industry and government, bibliometric analysis, and research evaluation.
Nick's research examines entrepreneurial academics who commercialise their research through the formation of university spin-offs, and the subsequent performance of those companies.
SeongWoong works on knowledge generation and utilisation in the biotechnology based industry, focusing on Korea as an example of a latecomer country. His research interests include innovation in biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry, knowledge strategy in science-based companies, interdisciplinary research and technological integration, patent and bibliometric analysis.