A Queen Mary Heritage Management MA graduate has co-curated a ground-breaking exhibition celebrating inspirational people of colour, which includes works loaned from the National Portrait Gallery.
Queen Mary has recognised the work of colleagues from the School of Business and Management, awarding two of seven President and Principal’s prizes to academics and professional staff from the school.
QM Social Venture Fund receives £55,000 grant from Esmée Fairbairn
17 December 2021
The School of Business and Management is very proud to have received a £55,000 grant from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, to support the promotion of the first student led social venture fund project.
There is no better month than National Scholarship Month to release that the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Foundation has offered a bursary to three BSc Accounting and Management students at the School of Business and Management.
Strategic Lectureships within the School of Business and Management
15 November 2021
The Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen Mary University of London is recruiting to 25 lectureships/senior lectureships.
Fernando Barrio, Director of International Engagement for the School of Business and Management, and Academic Lead for Resilience and Sustainability for the Queen Mary Global Policy Institute, is also in Glasgow as part of the official observer mission.
Our MSc in Blockchain in Business and Society provides students with the deep knowledge and insight into the use and application of blockchain technology for new business processes and strategies.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2022
20 October 2021
The School of Business and Management has a diverse community of postdoctoral fellows who contribute to our dynamic research environment. We welcome enquiries from potential postdoctoral fellows interested in applying for the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship Scheme.
School of Business and Management launches Year in Industry programmes
22 September 2021
The School of Business and Management has created an opportunity for their undergraduates to get a head start in their careers while they study, by spending a year of their programme working within the industry of their chosen subject.
‘Beyond the outbreak and imagining the aftermath: Emerging issues from the global south.’ Key discussions from practitioner and stakeholder colloquium organised as part of SBM public engagement.
The School of Business and Management has, with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), launched a new degree in accountancy and joined PwC’s Flying Start Degree Programme.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) School of Business and Management welcomes Expressions of Interest from postdoctoral researchers with an excellent track record to apply jointly with a QMUL host supervisor, to the European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships 2021.
Two students from the School of Business and Management have reached the semi-finals of the esteemed Mayor of London’s Entrepreneurship Programme.
The UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has recognised the charitable work of BSc Business Management alumnus Bilal Bin Saqib with a Points of Light award. The award was given for the 'One Million Meals' campaign, which saw over 100,000 meals delivered to key workers and people in need throughout the pandemic.
Re-Dress has been announced as the winners of the PwC Africa Hackathon.
Team GoTaza have developed an innovative hydroponics technology and business model which won them a $100,000 Hult Prize Foundation Seed Capital Grant.
The School of Business and Management has been nominated and shortlisted for the Public Sector Accountancy College of the Year Award 2021 by PQ Magazine.
A new book authored by Professor Brigitte Granville offers fresh insights into politics and society in France, providing a critique of French leadership in the run-up to the forthcoming presidential elections.
In light of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ announcement of the scrapping of the term BAME, Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay (Reader in Economics and Deputy Director of the Centre for Globalisation Research) has written a blog piece on why this decision is a positive one.
Marcos Souto Ulloa, MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation graduate, has developed a revolutionary material made from seaweed aimed at preventing plastic seeping into the world’s oceans.
Amity Academic Staff College, in association with Amity College of Commerce and Finance (ACCF) and the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London have organised a five day online Faculty Development Programme on “The New Normal in Accounting”. The programme will take place from 15-19 March 2021, 2pm - 7pm (IST).
The School of Business and Management supplied a number of students with tickets to an exclusive webinar and Q&A session with Bill Gates and Alok Sharma.
Harvard Business Review publishes research from the School of Business and Management about how women leaders receive less actionable feedback than men, and what can be done about it.
Rob Briner, Professor of Organisational Psychology, has been named one of the ‘100 Most Influential People in HR’ by HR Weekly.
Degree Apprentices host panel event with third sector professionals
20 December 2020
On Wednesday 9 December, the School of Business and Management was delighted to host the Charity Sector Industry Spotlight Panel, hosted by two of our talented degree apprentices.
Biophilica, has been announced as the winner of the Social Venture Fund. Based in the School of Business and Management, the fund empowers students and recent graduate entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing society today.
School of Business and Management wins two CIMA Excellence Awards
11 December 2020
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants distinguishes the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, for its outstanding contribution to the accounting profession
On Wednesday 7 October, the School of Business and Management was pleased to host the latest instalment of its Industry Spotlight Series, focussing on all things HR.
The School of Business and Management’s BSc Accounting and Management programme has been nominated for the CIMA Campus Culture Excellence Award and the CIMA Prize-Winner Excellence Award.
The Queen’s Knights – a team of students from the School of Business and Management – are taking part in the Million Makers Challenge with the aim of raising money for vulnerable young people in the UK. This entrepreneurial challenge is organised and represented by The Prince’s Trust.
Dr Elena Doldor has contributed to a major new report published by Cranfield University which shows that there are only five female CEOs in the FTSE 100.
The School of Business and Management has piloted a transition programme for students starting undergraduate degrees who have BTEC qualifications.
The School of Business and Management is launching a student-led social venture fund aiming to support long-term social change.
The School of Business and Management's Degree Apprentices have launched a special auction to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the charity sector.
CRED blog series - Students coming out of lockdown
11 August 2020
Students at the School of Business and Management have the opportunity to become social entrepreneurs of the future as they compete for the coveted Hult Prize.
Dr Joanne Zhang has now launched recruitment for the SBM student-led Social Venture Capital Fund Programme. The programme offers training to provide you with the fundamental knowledge and skills you need to jumpstart your venture capital journey, with support from industry mentors and faculty members.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has awarded a bursary to support the study of our BSc Accounting and Management programme for three years.
The Schools of Business and Management, Law and Finance & Economics - and the Careers Team - have been awarded £650,000 to establish a new, student-led, professional services organisation which will help local businesses.
SBM alumnus, Bilal Bin Saqib, has co-founded One Million Meals - a charitable initiative that is delivering free healthy meals to NHS staff, police officers and other frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis.
The School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London welcomes expressions of interest from potential postdoctoral researchers with an excellent track record, to apply jointly with a QMUL host supervisor, to the European Commission’s 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual European Fellowship Scheme.
Student blog: Degree Apprenticeship
25 February 2020
Do you want to earn, learn and change the world? Hear from Arvinda Lalli, SBM student and Scouts apprentice, on his thoughts and reflections about his time on the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (Social Change) programme.
Degree Apprenticeship team wins Education Excellence Award
13 December 2019
Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (Social Change) Team wins Queen Mary's Education Excellence Award and President and Principal’s Prize.
Last week, the School of Business and Management hosted a panel of 4 local entrepreneurs to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week.
BSc Accounting and Management awarded Triple Accreditation Status
25 November 2019
The School's BSc Accounting and Management Programme has been awarded Triple Accounting Accreditation status from CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales).
QMBES welcomed Dinkar Jain, Head of Machine Learning, Facebook Ads, for a lecture on how AI is reshaping today’s society.
Our Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship is specifically designed for the social sector and provides students with the opportunity to ‘earn, learn and change the world’. The programme is the first of its kind in the UK.
SBM to host Young Foodies Graduate Programme
24 July 2019
SBM will be hosting the Young Foodies Graduate Programme (31 July - 2 August) – a three day training and assessment centre designed to help graduates land their dream job in the food and drink sector.
SBM students in with chance to win $1 million
24 June 2019
Team ET Collect win HULT European regional finals and Team Consciously Aware are runners-up of the Far East regionals.
Mihai Velciu is a BSc Business Management graduate and current MSc Economics student. He shares his journey through how he secured his place on the highly competitive Santander investment banking graduate scheme.
SBM Hosts an Industry Panel Event
28 February 2019
My SBM Student Career by Nadim Ahmed
20 February 2019
SBM Student Afia Interns with Queen Mary's Public Relations Team
13 February 2019
Embedding Employability within and beyond the Student Curriculum
8 February 2019
Post Internship Module gets Underway
6 February 2019
Queen Mary Secures Two Teams in the Hult Prize Regionals
31 January 2019
Did you know at the School of Business and Management (SBM), Queen Mary University of London you can study abroad for one semester or for one year?
So what is it like to study abroad?
Ellen, BSc Business Management student shares her experience on securing and enjoying a Year Abroad in America at the University of Califronia, Berkeley
QMUL Studentships + ESRC 1+3 or +3 PhD Studentships
17 December 2018
The School of Business and Management QMUL, invites applications to be put forward for ESRC 1+3 (MRes + PhD), +3 (PhD) Studentships commencing September 2019, through the London Interdisciplinary Social Science (LISS) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP).
13 December 2018
The School of Business and Management, QMUL, invites applications for PhD Studentships, commencing September 2019.
SBM Awarded Athena Swan Bronze
26 November 2018
Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2018
12 October 2018
The School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London encourages outstanding postdoctoral scholars to apply to the 2018 round of the Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship Scheme.
Offering 50% match-funding for the salary costs of a three-year academic research position, the scheme enables early career researchers to undertake a significant piece of publishable work. Applicants must not have held a full-time permanent academic post in a UK university, and must be within four years of their PhD award.
Queen Mary University of London is a Russell Group university. It is based in London. One of the most global and internationally diverse cities in the world. This is reflected in our campus community. Queen Mary has students from 162 different countries including 450 students from India. 88 of those are in the School of Business and Management (SBM). 88 out of 2,000 students.
We asked one of our Indian students Nitya in her 3rd year studying BSc Business Management to share her experiences of being an international student here at SBM.
Schools out for summer but not for some of our second year students at the School of Business and Management (SBM). To get a taste of the world of work, their chosen career and/or their ideal company some of our students are embarking on a Summer Internship.
SBM in the News - Professor Rob Briner
30 August 2018
QIncubator is a new high-impact entrepreneurship development programme – developed from InQUBEate, our previous programme - that provides a testing ground for projects at idea-stage and early-stage. The entrepreneur-led, 12-week programme combines enterprise training, an emphasis on making real-world business progress, expert coaching and peer learning to accelerate success.
Congratulations to our BSc Business Management, BSc Accounting and Management and BSc Marketing and Management students who successfully graduated as the Class of 2018 at the School of Business and Management (SBM), Queen Mary University of London on 24 July 2018. Graduating is not only the culmination and recognition of three or four years’ hard work; it is also the passport and passing out parade to the start of one’s career. Here at the School of Business and Management our dedicated Careers Team: Sonia Singh, Helen Green and Iain McLoughlin actively encourage and support SBM students to start their careers before they graduate.
On the 2nd July 2018 the School of Business and Management (SBM) hosted the 'African Business, Organisations and Society' conference to inaugurate the new African Research Centre here at SBM. Following on from its success, conference organiser and Director of the African Research Centre, Dr Owolabi Bakre shares his thoughts and plans for the centre and subsequent conferences.
Are interested in studying for a PhD? Looking for research funding? Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai Tara has invited the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) to nominate eight candidates for Commonwealth Scholarships for doctoral study in New Zealand starting in early 2019.
Dr Yasmin Ibrahim is a Reader in Communications in the School of Business and Management. She has a wide range of multi-disciplinary research interests and has published extensively in the field of new media technologies and digital culture. Her other research interests include media literacy, visual culture and risks that have emerged in the digital environment with the increasing appropriation of digital technologies in our daily lives.
SBM Welcomes a New Business Development Officer
19 June 2018
The School of Business and Management is committed to developing its relationships with businesses in the local area and beyond to enhance and enrich the academic and career experiences of our students. SBM is pleased to welcome Sarah Bryan as the new Business Development Officer in Professional Services to advance this vital work.
The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has awarded the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London a Graduate Gateway against the BSc Marketing and Management programme. This means that as a student on this programme you will have the opportunity to acquire the CIM Certificate in Professional Marketing alongside your degree. CIM is the leading professional body for marketers. Its qualifications, awards and standards are recognised worldwide.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships – Calls for Expressions of Interest
School of Business and Management
Queen Mary University of London
The School of Business and Management (SBM) at Queen Mary University of London welcomes expressions of interest from potential postdoctoral researchers with an excellent track record, to apply jointly with a research supervisor from SBM to the European Commission Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship Scheme. Selected candidates will be provided with nominated academic support at SBM, and assistance from the EU Unit, Joint Research Management Office with regard to proposal development.
Queen Mary's Students Passion Takes Flight
5 June 2018
Muhammad Arslan Badr, Mechanical Engineering Student and President of the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Society at Queen Mary University of London has teamed up with our fellow Marah Mohammad Kaddoura, first year BSc Accounting and Management student, and Trisha Mason, fourth year BA French and Business Management student to build and market a drone for the annual Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) competition.
Dr Emm Johnstone, Head of Administration, School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London is a member of the Professional Managers Committee of the Chartered Association of Business Schools.
Congratulations Dr Nick Tsitsianis, Director of Student Experience and Engagement/Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Professor Colin Haslam, Professor in Accounting and Finance at the School of Business and Management (SBM), Queen Mary University of London.
The School of Business and Management (SBM) is proud to announce that the accreditation for its BSc and MSc Accounting and Management programmes has been approved by the Charterted Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA) to be indefinite and will not expire.
Looking for entrepreneurial ideas and inspiration? Look no further. We asked some of our current students and alumni to share their stories of pursuing their business ambitions while at the School of Business and Management. Read about their entrepreneurial journeys here.
The School of Business and Management (SBM) is proud to announce the launch of its new Master’s programme, MA in Heritage Management with Historic Royal Palaces starting in September 2018:
Congratulations to Julia Gruszczynski, MSc Marketing graduate at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London on winning the prestigious Worshipful Company of Marketors Award 2017 for her essay: ‘Friend or Foe? The Influence of Luxury and Sustainability on Consumers’ Willingness to Pay’.
SBM Welcomes a New Member to its Careers Team
25 April 2018
Did you know SBM is the only school to have its own dedicated Careers support for students? Joining Helen Green, the Employer Engagement and Internship Coordinator at SBM is Iain McClouglin a Senior Careers Coach with considerable experience in the field.
SBM Students Still have their Eyes on the Hult Prize
29 March 2018
On 9th and 10th March 2018 teams Natura4 and Rainbow from the School of Business and Management competed at the Hult Prize regionals in London and San Francisco respectively. Both teams were competing for a place in the next round of the Hult Prize competition to have the opportunity of go further, then ultimately to the finals with the chance of winning the coveted $1 Million Prize money to set up and implement their social enterprise idea.
On Tuesday 27th March Colin Haslam, Professor of Accounting/Finance at SBM will report to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee on: Sourcing public services: lessons to be learned from the collapse of Carillion.
CGR Brown Bag Seminar Series March 2018
2 March 2018
Centre for Globalisation Research (CGR) is a global academic hub that researches multiple aspects of globalisation. It focuses on international monetary economics and finance, emerging and developing economies and labour economics.
CGR will be hosting the following brown bag seminars in March 2018:
SBM Students Compete for $1 Million Hult Prize
19 February 2018
Students at the School of Business and Management (SBM), Queen Mary University of London have the opportunity to become social entrepreneurs of the future as they compete for the coveted $1 Million Hult Prize.
Congratulations to Dr Andromachi Athanasopoulou, Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London.
SBM in the News - Dr Maria Koumenta
2 February 2018
Congratulations to Dr Maria Koumenta, Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London.
The School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London is delighted to announce that it will be hosting the 5th UN PRME UK and Ireland Conference on 25th-27th June 2018.
Remaking the Human Body Project
20 December 2017
Remaking the Human Body: Biomedical Imaging Technologies, Professional and Lay Visions is a project designed to investigate the relationship between biomedical imaging technologies and professional and lay visions.
Colin Haslam, is a Professor of Accounting/Finance at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London. As a Fellow of the European Law Institute (ELI) and member of the Business and Financial Law (SIG ) based in Vienna he has been involved in a joint project which has resulted in a green paper being approved by the ELI: The Current Challenges for EU Company and Financial Law and Regulation.
ESRC 1+3 and +3 PhD Studentships
25 November 2017
The School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London invites applications to be put forward for ESRC 1+3 (Masters + PhD), +3 (PhD) Studentships commencing October 2018, through the London Interdisciplinary Social Science (LISS) partnership.
PhD Studentships 2018
25 November 2017
The School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London, invites applications to be put forward for PhD Studentships, commencing September 2018.
SBM is Hiring
17 November 2017
The School of Business and Management (SBM) at Queen Mary University of London seeks to appoint Senior Lecturers and Lecturers to a range of new academic posts. If you are interested in being part of a growing and dynamic school that provides a business education around the values of social justice, sustainability and good governance we want to hear from you.
Next Research Seminar Series Event is on Wednesday 22 November 2017
17 November 2017
Seminar title: Media appearance and earnings management during crisis: A study on the UK companies.
Students at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London were “Feeling Epic” during their visit to advertising employer MotherLondon in Shoreditch on Friday 29th September 2017.
How can organisations advance BAME talent in the workplace?
25 September 2017
‘The Middle Research: Progressing BAME talent in the workplace through collaborative action’ led by the School of Business and Management’s Dr Doyin Atewologunexplores the barriers faced by ethnic minority managers in the workplace and the ways organisations can overcome this and advance BAME talent.
SBM Hosts UK Social Marketing Conference
20 September 2017
On the 14th of September 2017, the School of Business and Management (SBM) at Queen Mary University of London hosted the first UK Social Marketing conference in six years (http://wsmconference.com/london-2017/). The conference included 90 delegates and was a great day of reflection on the past decade of behaviour change in the UK. It was also a great reminder of all of the great work going on in the UK at present and brought together public, private, academic and practice professionals which created great dialogue for groups who don’t always overlap very often.
Deputy Head of Administration - QMUL12482
13 September 2017
The School of Business and Management are looking to recruit a Deputy Head of Administration (Grade 6), to play a major strategic and operational role in enabling the continued success and future development of the School.
Department: School of Business & Management
Salary: £45,577 - £50,881 per annum (pro rata for part time/job share) (Grade 6)
Date posted: 12-Sep-2017
Closing date: 12-Oct-2017
Programmes Administrator - QMUL12410
21 August 2017
The School of Business and Management are looking to recruit two Programmes Administrators to work in a busy student-centred environment within the department performing a selection of tasks associated with the delivery of teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Student Support Coordinator *Internal Only** - QMUL12456
21 August 2017
The School of Business and Management has been expanding steadily and now welcomes over 1,000 new enrolments into taught programmes each September. Exceptionally strong recruitment of post-graduate students and large cohorts of undergraduate students combine to create a challenging administrative environment in which it is imperative that every student receives excellence service and support. We are inviting applications for the roles x2 Student Support Coordinators to work within the School. These posts are open to *QMUL staff only*.
International PhD Event
13 June 2017
On Monday 5th June 2017 Dr Lutao Ning, Reader in International Businss at the School of Business and Management with Harriet Howse, Head of International Partnerships successfully hosted an event for Chinese students interested in undertaking a PhD.
The School of Business and Management (SBM) seeks to recruit an outstanding educator to a lectureship in marketing. This is a Teaching and Scholarship focused position, which offers an exceptional opportunity for a passionate teacher to shape student education and experience within our rapidly growing and distinctive management school. Applicants for the lectureship will be at least at post-doctoral level. Closing date for applications is Saturday 24 June 2017. Find out more here.
Applications are invited by the School of Business and Management for a three-year Life Sciences Initiative PhD Studentship commencing in September 2017. The PhD project is entitled “Accelerating translational research in Primary care: An East London study and beyond” and will investigate the processes that promote patient and clinician engagement and enrolment in both commercial and non-commercial clinical trials.
The School of Business and Management is Hiring
12 May 2017
Are you a lecturer looking for your next career move? Come and join a growing business school that prides itself on teaching excellence and conducting cutting-edge world leading and international excellent research. Read here for details.
Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi)- the most prestigious business fraternity with roots going back to 1904 is now chartered at Queen Mary University of London as Chi Eta (XH).
This is the first fraternity in London and second in the UK with thanks to three QMUL students- Klara Klarowicz and Elena Burykina studying Business Management, and Daniel Bui studying Economics.
Muad first discovered he was entrepreneurial when he was 7 and started making his own collectable stickers to sell.
Effects of regulatory intervention in Indian banking
6 February 2017
Congratulation Professor Mallick and Dr Ahamed of SBM for publishing: Article publish in Ideas for India.
The article published today presented a new report, by Oxfam, that indicates that 'the richest eight people on the planet have net wealth of $426 billion — equivalent to what's held by the bottom half of the world's population'.
Left wingers are twice as likely to punish companies which aggressively avoid tax, according to a new study from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Family-friendly month - with Mumsnet
12 January 2017
Family friendly month - Research by Professor Almudena Sevilla
6 December 2016
Congratulations SBM 2016 Graduates! We had a fantastic day celebrating the momentous journey of all our graduates.
Google Talks to SBM Students
2 December 2016
Chuck Stephens (Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Google) and Charlie Setoodeh (Student Engagement Specialist/ University Program Team) talk to students on the MSc International Human Resource Management programme.
China Council Scholarships
23 November 2016
Since 2007, Queen Mary University of London and the China Scholarship Council (CSC) have been offering joint scholarships to Chinese students from leading universities in the People's Republic of China for doctoral study at Queen Mary.
HRH Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the UK, held a celebration in honour of high achieving research students from Saudi Arabia, the beneficiaries of the King Abdullah Scholarship Programme.
Dr Liam Campling, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy and Director of the Centre on Labour and Global Production at QMUL, has recently published a research paper on the global value chain in canned tuna, with particular focus on the international fisheries trade regime and socio-economic development in low-income Commonwealth countries.
The School of Business and management would like to congratulate our Postgraduate students (2015-16) who have been awarded for their outstanding academic achievement.
'Close the Deal, Fill the Gap', tackling the gender pay gap
10 November 2016
As a result of the gender pay gap, women are effectively working for free from today until the end of 2016. Members from the UK team of the EU funded Close the Deal, Fill the Gap project, are meeting at QMUL to discuss the results of their research on the gender pay gap (GPG). The conference taking place on Friday 10 November at Queen Mary University of London is timely.
Dr Liam Campling, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy at the School of Business and Management, was invited to speak to diplomats from over 50 member states at the WTO on Tuesday 4 October.
'Intensive motherhood' can lead to lower levels of happiness
27 September 2016
A recent study by Professor Almudena Sevilla from the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London, and Jose Ignacio Gimenez from the University of Zaragoza, has found that better educated US mothers who engage in interactive child-rearing report a lower level of happiness than less well educated mothers when they are engaged in parenting activities.
Confronting France’s Jihadis
19 September 2016
In an article written for Project Syndicate, Brigitte Granville, Professor of International Economics and Economic Policy and Director of the Centre for Globalisation Research at QMUL, examines what prominent thinkers and commentators think is driving repeated terrorist attacks in France.
Making HMRC fit for the twenty-first century
19 September 2016
A recent report 'Reforming HMRC: Making it fit for the twenty-first century' commissioned by Shadow Chancellor John McDonnel outlines proposals to reform Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
In true modern Olympic style, the end of the Rio Olympics was marked with a breath-taking closing ceremony. The carnival-inspired performance celebrated the culture, music and history of the host nation; an extravagant way of letting the world know what Brazil has to offer. The opening and closing ceremonies of the modern Olympic Games are amongst the most anticipated shows in the world, and have the ability to draw in a very large global audience.
Do the Olympic Games make you happier?
15 August 2016
'The Host with the Most? The Effects of the Olympic Games on Happiness', a new paper by the Centre for Globalisation Research (CGR), tries to answer the question of whether hosting the Olympic games can increase happiness in the host city.
Dr Stella Ladi speaks to Euronews about Brexit
9 August 2016
Dr Stella Ladi, Senior Lecturer in Public Management at Queen Mary University of London, was interviewed on Euronews on Wednesday 22 and Tuesday 28 June. The two interviews focus on Brexit and the EU Referendum. The first was filmed before the results of the referendum were known, the second is a post referendum interview.
Dr Liam Campling from QMUL and Dr Elizabeth Havice from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill recently returned from the Solomon Islands where they delivered a week long training course on trade policy, global value chains and fisheries.
Daniele Pramaggiore won the Worshipful Marketors Graduate Dissertation 2015 Award for outstanding performance in marketing at Master's level.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to win the US Presidency? With the upcoming election battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and with the likelihood that the impact of this election will be felt far beyond American borders, the world is paying close attention to American politics.
Dr Elena Doldor from the School of Business and Management has co-authored the Female FTSE Board report, launched today at KPMG London. The report is the official census for women on corporate boards in the UK.
Jonathan Webb, a PhD student in the Business Ecosystems Research Group at QMUL, is awarded the Society for Business Ethics Founders' Award for his work on Corruption in Business Relationships. This award is given to promising PhD students in the field of business ethics.
Interview with Professor Brigitte Granville
27 June 2016
Brigitte Granville is Professor of International Economics and Economic Policy and Centre Director for the Centre for Globalisation Research at QMUL. In this interview, she shares some insights into her time with the World Bank, her career as an economist, as well as her current academic interests.
Dr Maria Koumenta and Professor Pedro Martins, from the School of Business and Management at QMUL, presented their research on regulatory reform at a European Commission conference in Brussels.
QConsult project is awarded InnovateUK funding
18 May 2016
Thanks to a QConsult project involving students from the School of Business and Management (SBM), Dr Josh Reiss, Reader in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, was awarded over £400,000 in grant funding from InnovateUK to support commercialisation of research.
Professor Colin Haslam presented on how to reform financial reporting disclosures for small and medium enterprise (SMEs) at the European Parliament.
Research co-authored by Almudena Sevilla, Professor of Labour Economics at the School of Business and Management, has found that the ‘maths gender gap’ – the relative underperformance of girls at maths – is much wider in societies with poor rates of gender equality.
Eight experts from across Europe have been invited to join an advisory group which will be making reform recommendations to the Greek government. Pedro Martins, Professor of Applied Economics at the School of Business and Management, is one of the members of the advisory group.
The School of Business and Management successfully hosted the Asian Business and Management special issue conference last week on "Local Context and Challenges of Innovation in China". The conference invited keynote speakers and participants from China, the United Kingdom, India, the United States, Canada, Italy, Spain, and Netherlands.
Last week saw the publication of the European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services (CEEP)’s final report [PDF 1,796KB] on managing change for the public sector, co-authored Dr Stella Ladi, the School’s Senior Lecturer in Public Management.
SBM Professor of Applied Economics Pedro Martins' research was published by the International Monetary Fund in its flagship publication, the World Economic Outlook 2016.
Dr Graham Spickett-Jones joins the School of Business and Management as Senior Lecturer in Marketing.
Professor Frances Bowen: our new Head of School
1 April 2016
The School of Business and Management is delighted to announce that Dr Frances Bowen has now taken over as our new Head of School.
In memory of Dr Santonu Basu
21 March 2016
"Unconventional, effervescent, truly intellectual. One of a kind."
A School of Business Management Masters student has won a prestigious award from a distinguished City of London Guild, completing an unprecedented hat trick for Queen Mary University of London, the University's students now having won it three times in a row.
Last month the School of Business Management's Dr Danae Manika won the Best Paper in “Social Responsibility, Sustainability, & Public Policy” Track at the Winter American Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Last month the School of Business Management's Dr Danae Manika won the Best Paper in “Social Responsibility, Sustainability, & Public Policy” Track at the Winter American Marketing Association Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
New staff starting this month
17 February 2016
In memory of Spyridon (Spyros) Raftopolous
15 January 2016
The Politics of China's Economy - Jonathan Fenby
20 November 2015
'France swats aside EU budget rules in rearmament blitz'
17 November 2015
Indian economy: Modi's miracle?
12 November 2015
'Portugal's Ruling Coalition Defeats Socialists in Election'
7 October 2015
PhD profile - Mostak Ahamed
18 August 2015
Developing training in the Mozambique Labour Market
21 July 2015
Winners of 2015 MPA Dragon's Den announced
25 June 2015
Hitler: Germany's Fatal Attraction?
11 May 2015
"People are so fed up by the Euro rules"
29 April 2015
23 April 2015
Congratulations to our PASS student mentors
1 April 2015
Dr Elena Doldor co-authors report on women on boards
25 March 2015
Life Sciences Initiative PhD Studentship 2015 Entry
5 March 2015
Pedro Martins speaks to LBC about Greek EU loan conditions
26 February 2015
The Economic Consequences of Greece
26 February 2015
SBM Alumni recognised at the Worshipful Company of Marketors Awards
25 February 2015
What’s happening in Greek politics?
11 February 2015
Congratulations to all of our graduating students!
11 December 2014
Call for Papers: Social Marketing and Behaviour Change
5 December 2014
BERG continues support for Queen Mary Racing
19 November 2014
The Dark Side of White Lies
5 November 2014
Dr. Lily Jampol, recently spoke at the first ever Google re:Work event on October 2, 2015 at the Google Partner Plex, Mountain View, California. Entitled 'The Dark Side of White Lies', Dr Jampol's presentation looks at biased performance feedback and equality in the work place.
We are launching two new degree programmes for 2015-16
14 October 2014
Dr Lily Jampol invited to speak at Google re:Work event
30 September 2014
How to build a fairer city
29 September 2014
Beyond Belief: Religion and PR
23 September 2014
50 Shades of Green
21 May 2014
Simon and Deirdre Gaskell Scholarships 2014-15
15 April 2014
Success for SBM at the QMSU Education awards
21 March 2014
European Commission grant success for Professor Pedro Martins
24 February 2014
Grant success for exciting new research projects
23 January 2014
Invitation to International Student Business Week in Stockholm
10 January 2014
Tackling inequality in middle income countries
3 December 2013
Cred Annual Lecture 2013 now available as video/audio
17 October 2013
Professor Granville speaks at European Solidarity Manifesto
30 September 2013
iPhone 5s: has Apple given up on innovation?
17 September 2013
In memory of Roland Miller
8 July 2013
Project Syndicate: The French Disconnection
14 March 2013
Launch of QUBE media suite for student entrepeneurs
4 March 2013
Inflation: friend or foe?
4 March 2013
The French Death Rattle
20 December 2012
ESRC Research Grant awarded to Dr Almudena Sevilla
3 October 2012
Trade Unions still fail to lure women leaders, study finds
15 September 2012
The Processes and Practices of Fairtrade
23 August 2012
Equality laws fail to protect working women from budget cuts
22 August 2012
Gender, Work and Organization 2012
6 June 2012
In The Balance: The Euro - spreading contagion?
15 May 2012
Queen Mary, University of London to join Russell Group
22 March 2012
In Memoriam: Alvaro Angeriz
23 January 2012
This is real misfortune. It’s not bad luck which arrives, insistent, fickle, then moves on, this is misfortune, aged, cold, green as slime. It does not arrive and install itself: it’s different, has nothing to do with events, even though it may use them to show itself; sometimes misfortune just is. And it is here now…
The Shipyard, Juan Carlos Onetti
iMac Suite @ Queen Mary
19 January 2012
PhD studentships commencing September 2012
16 November 2011
AVAILABLE NOW: Marketing and Management Online Seminars
18 October 2011
2011/12 Semester A Timetables
16 September 2011
The Gower Handbook of Discrimination at Work
29 July 2011
New Head of School
19 July 2011
Four New Academic Posts in the School of Business and Management
22 February 2011
REMINDER TO TAKE PART IN THE NATIONAL STUDENT SURVEY 2011
3 February 2011
Dr Sadhvi Dar launches the SBM Parent Support Group for students
3 February 2011
SBM PARENT SUPPORT GROUP
PhD Studentships commencing September 2011
25 January 2011
New PhD Students to start in January 2011
9 December 2010
Launch of new MSc Global Business
10 November 2010
PEDEC research network recieves highest possible AHRC review score
25 September 2010
Postgraduate Induction Days - Programme now available
10 September 2010
Induction days for Postgraduate students will take place on Thursday 23 September and Friday 24 September 2010.
Doctoral Studentships 2010
1 September 2010
The School of Business and Management currently has three studentships available for entry onto the PhD Programme in January 2011.
New academic staff members for 2010/11
19 August 2010
We are pleased to announce the appointment of several new academic staff members.
New support staff at SBM
19 August 2010
We are pleased to announce new additions to the administrative team.
Dr Ishani Chandrasekara wins 'The Best Paper' award at the Global Accounting and Organizational Change Conference 2010
26 July 2010
The Best Paper Award at GOAC 2010
2010 Graduation ceremony
23 July 2010
Congratulations to all those from the School of Business of Management who graduated on Wednesday 21 July 2010.
Research by Queen Mary, University of London reveals that nearly three quarters of charity workers believe investment in companies that operate responsibly is one of the most important pension attributes.
Nicole Avdelidou-Fischer - PhD Student
24 May 2010
The School of Business and Management are delighted to announce that our PhD student, Nicole Avdelidou-Fischer, successfully defended her thesis on Friday afternoon - 21st May 2010.
SBM research discussed in the Financial Times
21 May 2010
The FT article presents some of the latest research on how wages vary over the business cycle, including a paper written by Pedro Martins, professor of applied economics at the School of Business and Management.
Professor Trevor Dadson opened the event with an entertaining but touching whistle-stop précis of Cliff’s journey into academia.
Nicholas is Professor of Communication at Queen Mary University of London. Previously he was Professor at the Universities of Brunel, where he was Director of the Centre for Research in Consumer and Social Marketing, and of Keele, and is a Quondam Fellow of Hughes Hall Cambridge, having been previously University Lecturer in Marketing 1989-2000.
Queen Mary academics receive prestigious French award
22 January 2010
Two professors at Queen Mary, University of London were made Knights of the Order of Academic Palms on Monday 18 January 2010.
Talk by Professor Toby Miller
13 January 2010
Professor Toby Miller, Chair of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California Riverside delivered a talk entitled ''TV is Dead! Long Live TV!' to the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary on the 12th of January 2010.
Sky and Bloomberg News - Professor Harney Windfall Tax Videos
14 December 2009
Professor Stefano Harney, Deputy Director of the School, was interviewed on the financial crisis and banking reform on BBC Television and Radio, on Sky TV, on CNBC, on Bloomberg Television, and on Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal Films.
New website for WTUL
10 November 2009
New website for Women and Trade Union Leadership Development in Comparative Context.