Find out more about Kingston Business School research groups by following the links below.
Business Modelling and Analysis Group
Develops analytical and computer-based models to solve a range of complex industrial, financial, and business management problems.
Consumer Research Group
Conducts research on consumer behaviour which both extends theoretical knowledge and has commercial relevance.
Decision, Attitude, Risk and Thinking Research Group (DART)
Advancing understanding of decisions, problem solving, and perception, communication and management of risks and uncertainty.
Diversity and Inclusion Research Unit (DIRU)
Concerned with potential issues related to diversity in organisations such as career development and attainment, low pay issues, and indicators of well-being.
Kingston Financial Balances Model (KFBM) of the US economy
Developing a macroeconometric forecasting model for the US economy.
Knowledge, Process and Project Management Group
Undertakes studies to evaluate the impact of information systems and technology on people and society.
Operations Research and Management Science Group
Focused on operations concepts and principles within both the private and public sectors.
Responsible Innovation Sustainability Entrepreneurship Collaboratory (RISE)
Investigates transformation of society through the promotion and diffusion of sustainable technologies.
Well-being at work (WWK)
Focused on psychological wellbeing for individuals at work.
Word of Mouth (WOM) Research Group
Draws together academics with interest and expertise in the field of word of mouth communication.
See also research centres.