Applicants are urged to study the up-to-date profiles of individual staff members' research via their personal web pages. Current priority areas include:
Social Marketing and Society:
Consumer and marketing ethics Consumer behaviour and issues related to consumption Ethical consumption Psychology of online communication Online privacy issues Transformative consumer research
Business Market Networks and Policy:
Business-to-business marketing Antitrust and historical public policy Inter-organisational relationships and conflict Networks and social capital in business-to-business contexts Buyer-supplier relationships
Strategic Marketing and Innovation:
Innovation, creativity and new product development Environmental management and sustainability Nascent markets and high technology fields Innovation capabilities and diffusion Construct development and computational simulation techniques
Entry requirements include amongst other things a good first degree and a good Masters degree (with either a merit or a distinction) in Economics or a related subject including relevant mathematical and statistical techniques.Learn more about our entry requirements.International studentsWe accept a range of qualifications from different countries.Learn more about international entry requirements.English requirements are IELTS 7.0 with no less than 6.5 in any band or equivalent.
Recipient: University of Birmingham
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