The School of Management hosts research seminars through its four research thematic groups:
- Accounting, Governance and Organisations
- Financial Institutions and Markets
- Knowledge and Practice
- Organisations and Society.
The seminars are often organised in partnership with one of the School's centres or institutes, and are complemented by reading groups and special events such as retreats. The School also hosts a Seminar Series on Responsible Enterprise and runs a programme of brown bag lunchtime staff research seminars.
Past School lectures
The School of Management Lecture Series, an occasional series held until 2019, brought eminent academics to St Andrews. Speakers included those listed below.
- Professor Rod McNaughton: 'The challenges of entrepreneurship at universities'
- Professor Marcia Pally and Professor Carol Gilligan: 'Why does patriarchy exist? Why is populism persuasive?'
- Professor Alasdair Smith: 'How independent are "independent" bodies?'
- Professor Christine Coupland: 'Age labels and negotiated masculinities'
- Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky: 'What's wrong with economics?'
- Professor Setfan Collini: 'Measuring up: universities and "accountability"'
- Professor Iftekhar Hasan: 'Social capital and economic attitudes of individuals and firms'.