Research at Henley Business School is driven by our leading research centres, which span the broad areas of international business and strategy, leadership, organisations and behaviour, marketing and relationships and business informatics and systems.
A key aim of Henley Business School’s research is to help practising managers to manage more effectively so that they can impact on the organisations they work in. Our research outputs include leading-edge management tools and techniques, and case studies illustrating best practise, as well as a wide range of research papers, publications and research reports. Our applied research centres also generate the ideas, tools and techniques which are essential in building our own capabilities so that we can deliver leading best practice solutions to our corporate partners, programme members and students.
Academic research centres
- The Centre for International Business History
- The Centre for Institutional Performance
- The Centre for Social and Organisational Studies
- The Huck Centre for Management Research
- The ICMA Centre
- The Informatics Research Centre
- The John H. Dunning Centre for International Business
- Centre for Euro-Asian Studies (CEAS)
Applied research centres