Henley Business School's research is both academic and applied, often developed in close collaboration with major corporate partners, world governments and organisations such as the United Nations.
Henley has a unique blend of expertise with a faculty of around 150 academics, many of whom are internationally-renowned, widely published experts in their field. The School’s associates and partnerships in more than 20 countries provide a global dimension to its research activities, which include international conferences, research seminars and workshops.
Research at Henley is driven by specialist research centres and is designed to help practising managers, corporate partners, programme members and students manage and lead more effectively so they can impact on the organisations they work in. Research outputs include leading-edge management tools and techniques, and case studies illustrating best practice, as well as a wide range of research papers, publications and reports.
Research at Henley Business School covers six broad areas and includes our International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Centre.
Utilising some of the world’s largest simulated dealing room facilities, research at our ICMA Centre is dedicated to developing knowledge in the field of applied finance.
Our 19-strong team has a global reputation for research excellence, with particular strength in the history of finance, and focuses on a range of topics including corporate finance and governance, empirical credit risk, mergers and acquisitions, and sports finance.
Our academics are also developing a growing specialism in socially responsible investing.