Research in CIBI is systematically conducted within an extensive and active network of collaborations with researchers at renowned universities and research institutes in the UK, the USA, Europe and the Middle East, as well as with research user communities in the UK and around the world.
Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London; Institute for German Studies at University of Birmingham; Bradford University School of Management; University of Bradford; Liverpool University School of Management; University of Glasgow; Leeds University Business School, Strathclyde University, central St. Martins School of Art & Design, Cranfield School of Management.
Carnegie Mellon (USA), Wharton Business School (USA), Max-Planck-Institute in Jena (Germany), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), Social Science Research Centre Berlin (Germany), University of Groningen (Netherlands), American University in Beirut (Lebanon), University of Münster (Germany), Europa Universität Viadrina Frankfurt/Oder (Germany), Centre for Strategic Studies (Jordan), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), University of Pisa (Italy), University of Cologne (Germany), Arab Thought Forum (Jordan), University of Murcia (Spain), Business Research Institute of the German Employers Association (Germany) University of Eindhoven (Netherlands), Comenius University Bratislava (Slovakia), Royal Swedish Institute for Technology, University of Boston (USA), University of Qatar (Qatar), Economic and Social Research Institute (Germany), University of Cairo (Egypt), Unviversity of Athens (Greece), International Monetary Fund (USA), University of California at San Diego (USA), University of Uppsala (Sweden).
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The Academy of Social Science (ASS) has produced a document with a few selected cases on how research in managment in business is contributing to economic and social development in the UK. The document is entitled: "Making the case for social sciences - management".
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