Lancaster China Management Centre
Staff at Lancaster pursue research ranging from foreign investment in China, through comparisons of large enterprise management in UK and China, to the reform of China's foreign trading methods.
There is a keen interest in extending research on Chinese topics. Some research can grow naturally out of management education programmes. Some may arise as shared interests between your and our staff in topics of relevance to China. We see research as very much an integral part of the development of management education between the two co-operating institutions.
The most recent projects are listed first, but LUMS has been engaged in collaborative research in China for over 20 years:
- Asia-EU project
- AIM research project: Capability Development and Learning in China-Based Partnerships
- AIM research project: International Knowledge Transfer and Dynamic Capabilities of MNCs
- ICAS-funded project
- Contribution of Chinese community to the local economy
- Academic Links with China Scheme (ALCS)
- United Nations project
- ESRC research project
The LCMC has provides funding for its activities from a sources committed to the progress of the China agenda.Learn more