A broad array of scholarly activity rests within disciplinary areas where research and teaching work together to deliver world leading taught and research programmes to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
School Executive Team
Our academic staff are leaders in their fields of research. They have developed partnerships across the globe, which have a wide-ranging impact. We are also committed to developing and delivering innovative, high quality teaching. We are also supported by a skilled team of administrative staff.
Research at Stirling Management School is known for being creative, bold and distinctive. We have six Research Centres focussed on areas in which we excel and attract significant funding support. Our highly collaborative, cross-disciplinary researchers influence and transform lives by influencing the global challenges facing the societies we live in.
Prof. Liam Delaney, Director of Research
Institute for Retail Studies
Research at the Institute for Retail Studies represents a central point of academic life. Staff at the Institute are involved in a variety of different research activities and conduct research for a wide variety of public and private sector bodies.
The Research Centre for Consumers, Cultures and Society specialises in bringing the experiences of consumers (and those driving the market) to wider audiences through the evolving character and social structure of the 'consumer society'.
Formed in 2012, the Behavioural Science Centre, directed by Professor Liam Delaney (an economist) and Professor Alex Wood (a psychologist), integrates approaches from their disciplines to better understand connections between economic, psychological, and health outcomes and their determinants.
The HAGIS Research Centre is carrying out a major Scotland-wide study of the health, economic and social circumstances of people aged 50-plus and will enable future improvements to be made to their health and wellbeing. The study is the first in Scotland to follow individuals and households through time.
The Centre for Sustainable Practice and Living is a unique collaboration between the University of Stirling and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), the Centre's core objective is to inspire and empower communities to develop new pathways to achieve sustainable practice.