Lancaster University Management School has been at the forefront of business research for over 20 years. We have a reputation for research of exceptional quality and international standing.Research at LUMS
In the feet of the ancestors
Family business research reveals why innovation through tradition can be a powerful strategy.
Explosive London housing bubble will spread to the rest of the UK
Why does Congress oppose gun laws backed by more than 90% of US citizens?
Plagiarism detection: fair or unfair?
How LUMS research on the systemic biases within plagiarism detection systems has shaped policy and practice around the world.
Research culture at LUMS
Lancaster University Management school is a collegial, multidisciplinary and innovative management research institution. We aspire to be world-leading in all our research activities by developing, recruiting and retaining world-leading researchers. We embed research into every aspect of our activities and, through this, achieve significant impact for all our stakeholders. Learn more
- Centre for Family Business
- Centre for Performance-Led HR
- Centre for the Study of Technology & Organisation
- Gulf One Centre for Economic Research
- International Centre for Research & Accounting
- Lancaster Centre for Strategic Management
- Lancaster Centre for Forecasting
- Lancaster China Management Centre
The LUMS research culture
LUMS provides a full support programme for both early-career and established academics – encouraging interdisciplinary research of the highest international standing.
We have one of the world's largest doctoral programmes in business and management, with around 130 students who form a vital part of our research community.Learn more
We are happy to answer any queries about research activity and support within LUMS or PhD opportunities.Contact our team
Industrial agglomeration and spatial persistence: entry, growth, and exit of software publishersWednesday 01 October 2014, 16:00
The Executive Labour MarketWednesday 08 October 2014, 16:00
Mind what your voters read: Media exposure and international economic policy makingWednesday 15 October 2014, 16:00