The School of Management works collaboratively with the University's Research Institutes to find innovative ways of undertaking multidisciplinary research.
The Cabot Institute (CI)
Ever consider how natural disasters impact financial systems? Or how the environment impacts global economies? These are just some of the research themes that embody where EFM and the Cabot Institute intersect. Other recent studies include global environment changes, food, water, low carbon energy, natural hazards and future cities.
The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research
Cross-discipline research where public and patients are actively embedded in the research process. We undertake health and healthcare related research into policy studies, health and social care, exercise and nutrition, and law.
Bringing people together to undertake new experimental inter-disciplinary and co-produced research projects and partnerships exploring what it means to live well in the 21st century. Brigstow mobilises and connects communities of curious minds seeking to re-imagine self and society through making creative interventions that they can showcase to the world.
Jean Golding Institute
The Jean Golding Institute is a central hub for data science and data-intensive research at the University of Bristol. Founded in 2016, the JGI connects a multidisciplinary community of experts across the University and beyond.
Bristol Digital Futures Institute
Our work will make sure digital innovation builds prosperous, inclusive and sustainable futures that benefit us all. Digital technologies have changed our world. Global connectivity, smart technology and automated systems are already part of our daily lives, and with it, brings opportunities and challenges.
Migration Mobilities Bristol
Migration Mobilities Bristol (MMB) is a Specialist Research Institute at the University of Bristol. We are an interdisciplinary network of academics and others with diverse interests ranging from politics to film studies, history and law. Offering a creative space to engage with migration in theory, policy and practice.
The Faculty of Scocial Sciences and Law hosts twelve research groups. These are interdisciplinary hubs for innovative research. The School of Management leads over half of them.
- Digital societies (co-led by Richard Owen)
- Gender (co-led by Rutvica)
- Global political economy (led by Huw Thomas)
- Health, science and technology
- Perspectives on work (led by Harry Pitts)
- Smart networks for sustainable futures (led by Niko Stylos)
- Urban research cluster