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Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

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  Sustainable Mobility Consumption: Consumers, Communities and Markets
  Prof D Martin
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Cracking the consumer code of “why they buy” has long been the old grail of marketers.
  The antecedents and performance consequences of virtual cooperation and leadership in global innovation teams
  Dr M Leenders, Dr K Herbert
Applications accepted all year round
Global virtual teams (GVTs) are powerful and agile structures for organising work in a globalised digital world. They can be used to bring people together across an organisation’s global locations, who would not normally be able to collaborate and engage in joint action and decision making.
  Human rights, Social Accounting and Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals
  Dr P Siriwardhane, Dr P Yapa
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development provides a global blueprint for dignity, peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and in the future.
  Impacts of Mandatory International Financial Reporting Standards Adoption on Foreign Portfolio Investment in Developing Countries: A Comparative Study
  Dr D Phan, Dr M Joshi
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Foreign portfolio investment (FPI) represents a significant portion of international capital flow (Makaew 2010; Onuorah & Akujuobi 2013) and is considered as a key source of funds, especially for developing countries (Brana & Lahet 2010).
  Improving Port Efficiency and Global Competitiveness
  Prof P Chhetri, Assoc Prof V Gekara, Assoc Prof V Thai, Assoc Prof B Abbasi
Applications accepted all year round
This project under the Global Logistics and Maritime Studies Group (GLAM), that aims to develop modelling tools and management frameworks to enable ports to enhance operational efficiency, workforce productivity and environmental sustainability through optimal use of their resources to provide costeffective, safe and high quality services, thereby strengthening their global competitive positions.
  The readiness of Australian organisations with the digitisation of supply chains
  Dr K Peszynski, Prof K Kautz
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
This research aims to qualitatively explore the readiness of Australian organisations with digitisation of their supply chains. Business models and supply chains are rapidly evolving given the dynamic environment they are operating in and the technology that enhances their operations.
  The Conduct of Monetary Policy in Australia, Europe and the US
  Assoc Prof G Tawadros, Prof I Moosa
Application Deadline: 30 April 2020
Over the last 25 years, there has been renewed interest in how Central Banks set interest rates, whether it be through a simple Taylor (1993) rule, where…
  The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Spatial Structures
  Prof R Hoffmann, Dr S H Chuah
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
This PhD project will use behavioural game theory and computer science to examine how social behaviour, norms and conventions evolve in social groups that have a realistic territorial or spatial structure.
  Gender, Work and Regulation: Informalisation in Context
  Prof S Charlesworth, Dr F Macdonald, Dr A Delaney
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The project offers an opportunity to join a team of experts in the field of gender, work and regulation focussing on the role of regulation in the informalisation of women's employment.
  Reversing the Decline of Innovation in Australian Manufacturing and Services
  Dr S Tavassoli, Prof AL Mention
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of the project is to investigate the pattern of Australian firms’ innovation, in terms of technological (product and process) as well as non-technological (marketing and organisational) innovations.
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