Research Supervisors

Study a doctoral research degree through the Graduate School of Business and Law and enjoy the support and mentorship of industry leaders.


Professor Mark Leenders

Professor Mark Leenders is our deputy Head, Research and Innovation. His supervisor interests are new product success, innovations and marketing, marketing interfaces (R&D, industrial design, artistic), innovation in health, food and drinks, and entertainment industries, the boundaries of commerce, Public Health, Risk assessment and governance (protecting vulnerable groups, sustainable tourism, moral cognition). Reading some of Professor Leender's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Associate Professor Terry Boulter

Staff with student. Image courtesy of the College of Science, Engineering and Health. Associate Professor Terry Boulter has supervisory interests in Financial markets, Foreign exchange modeling, Forecasting, Hedging, Capital structure , and Volatility modeling. Reading some of Associate Professor Boulter's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Associate Professor Kathy Douglas

Associate Professor Kathy Douglas is our Deputy Head, Teaching and Learning. Her supervisor interests are Dispute resolution, Mediation, Legal education, and online learning. Reading some of Associate Professor Douglas's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with hers.

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Professor Anthony Forsyth

Professor Anthony Forsyth's supervisor interests are Employment law, Workplace relations law, Workplace regulations and policy, Collective bargaining, Workplace dispute resolutions, Comparative labor law. Reading some of Professor Forsyth's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Professor John Glover

Professor John Glover's supervisor interests are Taxation law and policy, Equity law, the Law of trusts, Wills and estates, Succession law. Reading some of Professor Glover's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Associate Professor Ingo Karpen

Associate Professor Ingo Karpen's supervisor interests focus on understanding, measuring and managing business success factors from a design and strategic marketing perspective. He is also interested in country-of-origin and socio-cultural fit related effects. Reading some of Associate Professor Karpen's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Professor Steven Li

Professor Steven Li is our professor of Finance. He is looking for candidates who are quantitative oriented with ambitous academic goals. The research areas can be flexible including but not limited to: corporate finance, finanacial markets, asset pricing, environmental finance and quantitative finance. Reading some of Professor Li's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Dr Shelley Marshall

Dr Marshall is a cross-disciplinary scholar whose research focusses on the disciplines of law, political science, and regulatory and development studies. Her research has informed labour law reform in several countries and the policies of the International Labour Organisation regarding informal, precarious workers. Her supervisory interests are Business and Human Rights, Corporate Accountability, Labour Regulation in Developing Countries, Labour Conditions in Supply Chains, Transnational Human Rights Mechanisms. Reading some of Dr Marshall’s recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with hers.

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Associate Professor Marta Poblet Balcell

Associate Professor Marta Poblet Bacell is a principal research fellow with the Graduate school of Business and Law. Her supervisor interests are Law and technology, Conflict management, Crisis and disaster management, Crowd sourcing, Ethics (related to these aspects). Reading some of Associate Professor Bacell's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with hers.

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Professor Supriya Singh

Professor Supriya Singh is a professor of the Sociology of Communications. Her supervisor interests are Migration and remittances, Sociology of money, Communication, Gender, Mobile money, Globalization and money. Reading some of Professor Singh's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with hers.

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Professor Aaron Smith

Professor Aaron Smith has research interests in the management of psychological, organisational and policy change in business, and sport and health. Reading some of Professor Smith's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Dr Greg Taylor

Dr Greg Taylor has supervisor interests in Constitutional law, Legal history, and Comparative law. Reading some of Dr Taylor's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with his.

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Associate Professor Penelope Weller

Associate Professor Penelope Weller's supervisor interests include the Convention on the rights of a person with disabilities, Mental health advance directives, Coercion and recovery, Therapeutic jurisprudence, Mental health tribunals, Comparative law, Regulatory governance. Reading some of Associate Professor Weller's recent journal articles will give you an indication of whether your interests might be aligned with hers.

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