Our Research Centres have each been established as a platform from which we respond to emerging research topics. They foster a sharpened focus on specific areas of enquiry and promote increased visibility and impact for our research. Proposals for new Research Centres follow a prescribed approvals process and each Centre undergoes a formal review every three years.
ACPO is interested in understanding, identifying and improving the effectiveness of HR practices to facilitate organizational competitiveness, encourage individual growth and development and enhance performance, quality and work-related attitudes and behaviours. Click here for more details on ACPO.
Servitization is about manufacturers moving away from seeing themselves just as companies that sell products, towards being providers of services that help customers to improve their own businesses. Click here for more details on ACSRP.
The centre was established in 2011, and is already positioned at the leading edge of research in this subject area. It houses a blend of academic and practical research, with engagement with policy makers at local, national and international levels. Click here for more details on ACRIB.
The ERC is an independent research centre which conducts policy relevant research on SME growth and development. Click here for more information on ERC.
Cross-disciplinary Research Centres span disciplinary boundaries to enable focused and collaborative research with other Schools of Study at Aston University:
The Aston India Foundation brings together the expertise of world-renowned academics and practitioners to carry out cutting edge research and provide consultancy that is directly relevant to today’s dynamic business environment. Click here for more details on AIFAR.
EBRI delivers World-class research into all aspects of bioenergy, ranging from fundamental research through development, to deployment of innovative technologies, in collaboration with industry. Click here for more information on EBRI.