The Faculty of Business and Law is known for its high-quality, nationally and internationally relevant research. We conduct research and contribute knowledge in a wide range of fields. We research how business and society can work together to create sustainable enterprises and communities by focusing on:
- Business and Management
A great environment for research and study
Our research centre, the Centre for Institutional and Organisational and Studies, enables staff and research higher degree students to undertake a range of activities and programs. The Centre provides significant support to encourage a collaborative environment for staff and research students.
Our staff are experts in their fields
Many of our academic staff members are leaders in their research disciplines, and are published consistently in the top international and national journals. Our research priorities and strengths reflect the areas in which we are contributing considerably to the knowledge base in business and law.
We maintain close links with industry
Our Research Centre and individual staff members enjoy close working relationships with many important organisations including major corporations,government and leading professional bodies. Our research collaborations with industry and government produces tangible results that can be readilyapplied by our research partners. We welcome commercial and public sector organisations and research partners to be part of our world-class research capabilities.
People who study here do well
The success and reputation of our research program enables us to provide excellent resources for research staff and students. Our research students are given excellent opportunities to work with top level researchers in partnership with leading organisations. The expertise, professionalism and commitment to research by our staff provides an exciting and stimulating learning environment for our research students.
How your organisation can get involved
The Faculty of Business and Law welcomes the opportunity to pursue new and innovative research with commercial and public sector organisation. For more information about potential collaborative research opportunities, please contact Professor Gordon Boyce.
Associate Professor Jim Jose
Assistant Dean Research
Faculty of Business and Law