Centres and institutes
The School of Social Sciences is home to a number of high profile funded research centres and other networks.
Having specialised research centres at the School of Social Sciences allows us to ensure our research is focused and makes a real impact, both within the University and the wider community.
Quantitative methods in interdisciplinary social science research.
Our research investigates ethnic difference and inequality in the UK.
Bringing insight and clarity to the sustainability challenge.
Promoting interdisciplinary research on all aspects of ageing.
Established in 2005 to research personal lives, contemporary relationships and socialities.
A cross-disciplinary research group located in the School of Social Sciences
The Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research is run from the Economics discipline area.
World-leading research, engagement, impact and training activities for current and future generations.
Our expertise covers a range of areas including international trade, armed conflicts and cybersecurity.
ManReg works to address regulatory issues in areas such as the environment, policing, IP, and biotechnology.