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, special events such as retreats, and a series of occasional School of Management lectures.
Past School lectures
- 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'.