University of Aberdeen Business School, the leading business school, situated at the heart of Scottish City of Aberdeen, is a leading global source of Knowledge Creation of Economics, Real Estate, business & Management.
Here, more than 40 international active faculty members are busy, throughout the year, in knowledge creation and development in the areas of, Economics, Real Estate, Business & Management in the 9 research centers, famous around the world for the excellence of their quality.
Emphasis is upon the following areas of excellence:
In the economic areas, major concentration is in the areas of labor, health & Well being, Petroleum and Energy Economics.
Property investment business and property market analysis are the hot topics of research here.
Business & Management
Topics related to accountancy, business, finance and business management are the focus of research and exploration here.
Global Sources of Knowledge – Where Knowledge is Created
CELMR: Centre for European Labour Market Research
Centre for European Labour Market Research (CELMR), established in January 2000, has a global reputation for the high quality and policy relevant research related to the labour market economics in Europe.
CENT: Centre for Entrepreneurship
Centre for Entrepreneurship was established within Management Studies in 1995.
CRER: Centre for Real Estate Research
Since its inception in 1995, Centre for Real Estate Research (CRER) is working as the focal point for interdisciplinary research in real estate investment and property market analysis.
SEEL: Scottish Experimental Economics Laboratory
ACREEF: Aberdeen Centre for Research in Energy Economics and Finance
Aberdeen Centre for Research in Energy Economics and Finance was launched on July 30, 2009 by Finance Minister John Swinney.
HAW: Health at Work
Health at Work, the project is being funded by European Commission through the Seventh Framework Program.
TERA: Territorial Aspects of Enterprise Development in. Remote Rural Areas
EPICURUS: EPICURUS EU project is ‘Societal and economic effects on quality of life and well- being’.
SOCIOLD: Socio-economic and occupational effects on the health inequality of the older workforce
It is a project, funded by the European Commission through the Fifth Framework Program (Quality of Life & Management of Living Resources).
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