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Accounting & Finance PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Melbourne

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  Developing Technologies for Enhancing Ethical Procurement in Supply Chains
  Dr A Delaney, Dr S Marshall
Applications accepted all year round

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The College of Business is dedicated to both knowledge creation (through research) and knowledge dissemination (through industry engagement and teaching).
  Distributed Ledger Technologies, Law, and Governance: Opportunities and Challenges
  Assoc Prof M Poblet, Dr C Berg
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

The College of Business is dedicated to both knowledge creation (through research) and knowledge dissemination (through industry engagement and teaching).
  PhD Scholarship in Business (specialising in Innovation)
  Dr G De Waal, Prof A McMurray
Application Deadline: 3 November 2019

Funding Type

PhD Type

The successful candidate(s) will be based at RMIT at the Melbourne campus. They will be expected to carry out independent research while being supervised by researchers in the RMIT College of Business within the School of Management, and by researchers from The Center for Frugal Innovation within TUHH.
  Applying Evolutionary Psychology to Enhance Business Research
  Prof R Hoffmann, Dr S H Chuah, Dr F Kock
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Existing business research in domains such as management, marketing, economics or finance predominantly examine proximal reasons of human behaviour, i.e.
  The Conduct of Monetary Policy in Australia, Europe and the US
  Assoc Prof G Tawadros, Dr A Mishra
Applications accepted all year round

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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…
  Cryptopricing
  Dr M A Cam, Prof S Davidson, Dr A De Silva, Prof J Potts
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Asset pricing theories all revolve, to some extent, about an estimate of risk-adjusted discounted cashflows. Some theories focus more on the cashflow aspect (for example, economic value added) or on the risk adjustments (for example, the capital asset pricing model or Fama-French 3-factor model).
  Blockchains and the information economics of supply chains
  Dr C Berg, Dr D Allen
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Blockchains (and other distributed ledger technologies) are a new institutional technology for the secure provision of data in potentially insecure environments.
  Digital transformation and the changing nature of digital skill-sets required in libraries
  Prof K Kautz, Dr H Vo-Tran, Dr S Reynolds, Dr P Mercieca
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Libraries are seen as progressive organisations that facilitate the on-going adoption of digital technologies in order to facilitate the changing nature of information access and to cater for the information needs of society.
  Accounting for Patient Mix Choices in Public Hospitals
  Dr G Vesty
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

This PhD explores the financial performance evaluation journey of approximately 100,000 public hospital patients. The aim is to optimise patient mix choices from both clinical and accounting perspectives Increasing inflation in the health sector generates debates over patient treatment costs and funding.
  Social Impact Investing: The Nature, Meaning and Role of Performance Metrics
  Prof N Subramaniam, Dr L Maran
Applications accepted all year round

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Not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) in Australia face unprecedented economic constraints as traditional governmentsupported funding declines and service demand grows.
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