Research at Business
Research is a core activity of the College of Business. Our academic staff are dedicated to knowledge creation through research and knowledge dissemination through industry engagement and teaching.
We aim to provide high quality learning outcomes, robust policy advice, and critical analyses on the challenges confronting business, government, and the community sector. Our research interests extend across the globe, with a particular focus on the Asia Pacific region.
- Women and Leadership 29/10/2014The Research Capacity Building team (RCBT) invites you to its 2014 Women and Leadership Panel Event: 'Sticky floors and glass ceilings are no match for me! - The best and worse piece of career advice'.
- The RMIT Accounting Educators’ Conference, 2014 24/11/2014This is a forum for accounting educators to share their research findings in addressing key issues and developments in accounting education.
- Greening the Australian Auto Industry: Local hype versus political economic realities 28/11/2014Caleb Goods, Curtin University presents Greening the Australian Auto Industry: Local hype versus political economic realities
- Focus on regional infrastructure and public private partnerships 16/10/2014RMIT has convened two high-level policy events on urban infrastructure and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in the Asia-Pacific.
- HDR publications grant success 23/09/2014Higher Degree by Research candidate Onnida Thongpravati recently received the HDR Publications Grant Success.
- Winning accolade by HDR Candidate 22/09/2014HDR student, Khalid Hossain, recently received a grant to attend the UNESCO Chair International Conference on Technologies for Development in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Business research in the media
- Hulls: Time to call loudly for quiet, everyday things (Human Rights Law Centre, 21 October 2014)
- Leaver: Deregulation of university fees will leave the disadvantaged at greater debt risk (The Australian, 1 October 2014)
- Hulls: Family and sexual violence is the biggest threat to our collective wellbeing (The Age, 17 September 2014)