School II offers excellent research opportunities with intensive cooperation between the two research areas in the Department of Computing Science
There are four research centres in the Department of Business Administration and Law
- Environmental Economics and Sustainability Management (UNA)
- Transnational Economics and Law in the Information Society (TELIS)
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (EI)
- Teaching-Learning and Qualifications Research (LLQ)
The cooperative arrangements exist primarily in the fields of Information Systems, Environmental Research, and Internet Law. Furthermore, there are synergies with research fields spanning the entire university in the central scientific and research centres.