Regent's Centre for Transnational Business and Management (RCTBM)
Regent's Centre for Transnational Business and Management focuses on the transnational phenomena cutting across disciplinary boundaries of Business and Management, Economics and Social Sciences. The centre promotes advanced interdisciplinary research and teaching across a broad range of fields in social and management sciences. Transnational is a key concept appropriate to facilitate in the understanding and explanation of today’s societies and organisations which are ever more connected. Transnational links and practices create a transnational space which gains increasing importance as cross border transfers and mobility of goods, finances and people grow.
The centre’s research focuses on several multi-disciplinary areas, broadly defined as:
- Human mobility: incorporating labour markets, human resource and diversity management, acculturation and integration, refugees, asylum seekers, migration governance
- Capital mobility: incorporating transnational banking, finance, remittances, money transfers and development
- Mobility of goods and services: incorporating transnational marketing, consumer behaviour, tourism studies, Islamic marketing, luxury brands and marketing
- Transnational education and culture: incorporating cultural heritage studies and cross border higher education.
The centre also welcomes work crosscutting these areas such as research ethics, ethical business practices, and methodological innovations.
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