PhD in Business Administration
SFU Beedie School of Business academic research extends and redefines
the boundaries of knowledge in the business discipline. Our faculty’s
research contributes to knowledge creation in these areas:
Accounting research produces, assesses, analyzes and employs financial and non-financial information that internal and external stakeholders of economic organizations find useful in making decisions. Stakeholder decisions employing accounting information range from the traditional to the socially relevant.
Business & Society
Our group conducts research at the interface between business and society in a variety of contexts, including the private, public, and social sectors. Our research and takes into consideration the natural, social, and cultural forces that shape societies and the constraints they place on growth, and seeks to support responsible decision-making.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The I&E area focuses on creating positive change through entrepreneurship and innovation of all types. Our research seeks to make meaningful and practical contributions to the aspirations, mindsets, organizations and ecosystems required to support social and economic value creation
The International Business Area focuses on understanding how employees, managers and organizations can thrive in an increasingly complex and dynamic global business environment. Our research revolves around strategic management of firms doing business across international boundaries and managing individuals in these organizations
Technology and Operations Management
The Technology and Operations Management (TOM) Area focuses on the creation, design and operation of firms and their supply networks and the development and delivery of new technologies, products and services. TOM faculty are committed to generating, synthesizing, and disseminating knowledge on the formation and management of sustainable firms, processes and technologies.