The Annual report is a comprehensive report of the Small Business Research Centre's (SBRC) activities over the year.
The SBRC Annual Reports are available to download as Portable Document Format(PDF). You can download Adobe Reader free of charge from the Adobe website.
SBRC Annual Report 2012 (PDF)
2012, the year London hosted the Olympic Games, has also been an exciting year for the Small Business Research Centre (SBRC). We have undertaken a number of high-profile projects and have expanded our staff and research student numbers. The move to a purpose-built Business School has provided a new working environment with excellent facilities for growth and hosting open research events.
SBRC Annual Report 2011 (PDF)
2011 has been a busy year in the SBRC. Six externally funded projects were started in 2011 and others also continued. Over 30 research outputs of various types were published by our nine research staff. These publications included seven peer-reviewed journal articles, eight book chapters, one book, 11 conference papers, and three research reports.
SBRC Annual Report 2010 (PDF)
Eight externally funded projects either started or continued in 2010, and 40 research outputs were published by the nine staff. These publications included nine peer-reviewed journal articles, three books, seven book chapters, 14 conference papers, and seven research reports.
SBRC Annual Report 2009 (PDF)
A total of 12 externally funded projects either started or continued into 2009 and 54 outputs of various types were published during the year.
SBRC Annual Report 2008 (PDF)
2008 marked the Small Business Research Centre’s (SBRC) 21st year, making it one of the longest established research centres in the UK, dedicated to research in the field of small business and entrepreneurship. The results of RAE 2008 identified the activities of the SBRC as ‘world class’.
SBRC Annual Report 2006 - 2007 (PDF)
2006-7 was a very busy period for SBRC staff, with a number of large scale projects coming on stream, publications output intensifying and doctorate student activity increasing.