The MBE Faculty has been engaged in scientific research and in generating new insights. The quality and quantity of research achieved by our academic staff and postgraduate students has continuously increased and has reflected in the increase of the number of publications in conferences, symposiums and publications in scientific journals, book chapters and other ways of publications. Moreover, UBT in general and MBE in specific, have invested in active and productive collaborations with a wide range of national and international partners.
The Management, Business and Economy Faculty has very defined research organization structures. It has identified and is contributing in these selected research fields (but not limiting in only these): Strategic management and entrepreneurship; Innovation and companies’ growth; Operations research (of processes and systems); Business process; Organizational structures and culture; International project management; Development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs); Sustainable economic development; Risk management and evaluation of risky assets; Intercultural competences and international business; Interdependence in international trade; Economic and social environment factors; Labor economics – of human capital and unemployment; Public procurement and logistics; Fiscal policy and public finances; Monetary policy and central banks; International economy aspects; Econometrics; Education economics; Environment and natural resources; Advanced economics; and Financial institutions and finance management.