Health and Wellbeing
Warwick Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing
The Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing works across multiple disciplines, creating impactful research that can be translated into Warwick Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing policy and practice.
The Futures of Work
The CREW network is devoted to the promotion and development of research on work and employment. It seeks to facilitate interaction between researchers across departments and faculties, and provides a common focal point for the internationally recognised work and employment research community at Warwick.
A community of supply chain practitioners, holding events and networking opportunities throughout the year.
The ERC is the UK's leading centre of excellence for research into the growth, innovation and productivity of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Our research helps shape better politics and practices that enable SMEs to thrive. The ERC also publish a number of reports each year - further information can be found here.
We collaborate, research and co-design ideas to develop innovative solutions. These solutions will foster rural enterprise and unlock the potential of rural economies
Productivity and Engagement
The Productivity Institute, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), brings together world-leading experts from a range of disciplines and backgrounds,
Other connected centres include:
The aim of this centre is to foster innovative and experimental forms of knowledge production through a sustained focus on methodology.
The centre brings together researchers of international economic law, business and commercial law, corporate governance and financial regulation.
We bring together researchers of global order. Our themes are globalisation and regionalisation, global governance and global order and global civil society.
CSWG is a centre of research and teaching in women's, gender and feminist studies, with members from across the university.
Our vision is to be at the forefront of knowledge creation, enabling transformations towards a more sustainable, prosperous, healthier and just world for all.
The institute builds upon the range of Warwick's research expertise across the Mathematical Sciences to promote innovative research collaborations that will help shape the future of data analysis.
Our centre addresses urgent problems of poverty, inequality and social and economic change. We also challenge global hierarchies of knowledge and resources.