The UNESCO Department for Business Administration currently has 7 doctoral coordinators in the University’s Doctoral School of Business Administration. The research carried out under the guidance of the members of the department is correlated with several UNESCO objectives, but it also addresses contemporary areas of interest of the business environment and organizations. Some examples of titles of doctoral papers published or in progress are:

  • Analysis of the role and contribution of social entrepreneurship in non-profit entrepreneurial organizations

  • The contributions of female entrepreneurship in the Romanian economy: Problems, policies and quantification

  • Corporate entrepreneurship as a business development strategy in the field of renewable energy

  • Design and implementation of a model of academic entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial leadership in social sciences

  • Developing and evaluating business models for hydrogen as a renewable and sustainable energy source

  • New models of entrepreneurship in the field of renewable energy. Case study from the biogas sector

  • Creation of social capital in organizations. Implications for individual performance

  • Social entrepreneurship as an engine of economic and social innovation in the private sector

  • Sustainable business models in the field of renewable energy. Case study: wind energy

  • Strategies for sustainable development in the oil, gas and petrochemical sectors

  • Systems engineering solutions and organizational assessment for corporate entrepreneurship in the context of Telemedicine

  • The impact of the implementation of the environmental legislation of the European Union on the economic and social development of Romania.