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Queen Margaret Business School research spans a wide range of disciplines that reflects the diverse interests of our researchers. Expertise is focused on three areas - Family and Small Business; Gastronomy, Events, Tourism and Hospitality, and Consumer Disputes.  As with teaching, the School strives to provide a balance between the theoretical and the practical. Similarly, research is driven by ethical, social and ecological responsibility. 

Queen Margaret Business School Research Clusters

Please see below for a list of related research clusters:

Family and Small Enterprises

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Make 2022 your year with a free, skills-based short course at QMU

From January 2022, Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh is set to offer a range of credit-bear read more

08 December 2021

Universities equip new generation of entrepreneurs to create innovation in Scotland’s food & drink sector

An ambitious new entrepreneurial initiative to help the next generation of food and drink innovators read more

11 November 2021

First Entrepreneur in Residence helps University’s ambitious plans to boost female entrepreneurship

In a bid to accelerate women’s entrepreneurship to support inclusive economic growth in Scotland, Qu read more

21 August 2021

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'I will be forever grateful for this experience'

Queen Margaret University (QMU) student, Jared Baker, was given the opportunity to study a semester read more

23 October 2019

Family business innovation

Today, family firms represent from 80 up to 98 per cent of all companies globally and reach between read more

13 March 2018

Consumer Dispute Resolution