Research in the Hertfordshire Business School
The University of Hertfordshire has been ranked 1st in the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey 2019 for overall research student satisfaction for Business and Economics research degree programmes. Source: 2019 Postgraduate Research Student Experience Survey.
Research in Hertfordshire Business School takes place across four research groups. It includes the areas of the visitor economy, business strategy, complex change, economics, finance and accounting, marketing, employment studies and business analytics.
- Enterprise and Value, led by Dr Anna Watson
- Global Work and Employment, led by Professor Michael Brookes
- Managing Complex Change, led by Professor Christopher Mowles
- Organisations, Markets and Policy, led by Professor Hulya Dagdeviren
- Find out more about our PhD programme
- Find out more about our Doctorate in Business Administration Programme
- Find out more about our Professional Doctorate in Management Programme
Impact of research
Find out how our research is making a tangible difference in society. Read our areas of impactful research on:
- The Sharing Economy
- The Future of work and the Gig Economy
- Making the visitor economy more dementia-friendly
- A decision support tool for better management of NHS services
- Bringing older technology users into the digital mainstream
- Re-engineering Business for Sustainability
- Measuring social impact in the redistribution of surplus food stock
- Food provisions in later life
The sharing economy
Dr Ursula Huws, Professor of Labour and Globalisation at the University of Hertfordshire, discusses her research on the future of work and how works has changed and is changing with new technologies and changes in the international environment.