The Bond Business School prides itself on its dynamic and progressive research, the outcomes of which are fully incorporated into the learning environment.
In the 2011 Excellence in Research for Australia report, the Bond Business School ranked at world standard in the research field of Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services. This achievement placed Bond in the top 10 universities in Australia.
The Bond Business School continues to place a focus on research and we are pleased to announce that nine academics were recently awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Research Grant to research new topics in their field of interest, including two awarded to early career researchers.
The grants are designed to provide seed funding and encourage collaborative research. The research projects are varied, focusing on a range of topics from implementing privacy requirements to the effects of the mining boom.
Researcher and Project Title
Vice-Chancellor’s 2011-12 Research Grant Recipients – Bond Business School
- Professor Noel Gaston: How a Mining Boom affects the Australian Labour Market
- Associate Professor Dirk Hovorka: Visualization of inter-nomological nets
- Professor Amy Kenworthy: Exploring best practice guidelines for successful university-community engagement partnerships in Australia
- Professor Padmanabhan Krishnan: Specifying and Implementing Privacy Requirements
- Associate Professor James Routledge (Co-recipient Professor Pamela Kent): Board Gender Diversity and Accounting Information Risk
- Professor Carolyn Windsor: Corporate sustainability reporting in Australia: Antecedents of 'integrated reporting' that brings together financial, environmental, social and governance information
- Professor Zheng da Wu: An Optimal Design for Duty Cycle Scheduling in Mobile Sensor Networks
Vice-Chancellor’s 2011-12 Early Career Researcher Grant Recipients – Bond Business School
- Assistant Professor Jane Murray: Testing a new weighting structure for the Revised Negative Acts Questionnaire - Revised (NAQ-R)
- Assistant Professor Bruce Vanstone: A study of the efficacy of short-term trading strategies in the foreign exchange markets