Liverpool Business School

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Liverpool Business School
Established 1824
as Liverpool Mechanics'
School of Arts
Type Business School
Director Prof. Paul Joyce
Students 5,000+
Location Liverpool, England
Campus Mount Pleasant Campus

university colours
‹See Tfm›     Navy blue
‹See Tfm›     Lime green
faculty colours
(Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies)

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Affiliations Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool Business School (LBS) is the business school of Liverpool John Moores University in England, located in the John Foster building on the Mount Pleasant Campus.

LBS today[edit]

Liverpool Business School (LBS) is part of Liverpool John Moores University and is based within the Faculty of Business & Law. Situated at Mount Pleasant Campus, LBS has over 5,000 students and 100 academics.[1][self-published source?]

LBS offers undergraduate, postgraduate (including an Executive MBA) and research based programmes.[2][self-published source?]

The School has external research activity in corporate governance, the banking and finance sectors, the Department of Health, local and regional health authorities, local government authorities in the Northwest region and further (including Wales), management research in the social sector as well as a range of private sector groups.[3][self-published source?]

School research[edit]

Aldham Robarts Library (Liverpool Business School)

Liverpool Business School research areas include International Banking Economics and Finance, Sustainable Enterprise, Public Service Management, Development of Modern Economic Thought, Performance Management, Marketing, Project Management, and Market Research .[4][self-published source?]


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