UCD School of Business Research Centres

Research Centres

The School has built up a number of focussed research groupings which interlink with research interests of our subject areas.

Centre for Corporate Governance

Financial Mathematics Computation Cluster

Collaboration between industry, UCD, DCU & NUI Maynooth, bringing together complementary expertise in financial mathematics, financial economics and computer science

CITO: The Centre for Innovation, Technology & Organisation

Focused on understanding the relationship between innovation, technology and organisation, and the associated policy and management implications.

CBA: The Centre for Business Analytics

CMSS leads research in management science, decision science, decision support systems and systems science.

Natural Computing Research & Applications Group

Computational systems inspired by Nature and develops problem solving tools based on these systems. A particular focus of the NCRA is the application of these tools in Business.

UCD Centre for Corporate Governance

To meet the growing educational needs of company directors, the UCD Centre for Corporate Governance, was established in 2002.

Applied Research for Connected Health

Innovative and applied research to support the deployment, adoption and reimbursement of Connected Health solutions.

ERC Project - European Unions

This European Research Council project aims to explore the challenges and possibilities that the new EU governance regime poses to labour politics and the methodological nationalism in the field

Centre for Financial Markets

Produce research in Finance of the highest international standard, focusing attention on the operations of the financial services industry and their principal institutions.

 UCD Cantillon Research Centre

This centre was established to create and disseminate research-based knowledge of international significance and reputation in innovation-based entrepreneurship and design thinking

Jean Monnet Chair

The Jean Monnet Chair explores the tensions and possibilities that the interventionist turn in the EU's new economic governance regime poses to employment relations.

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