The School of Business and Law is proud of its research achievements and is committed to continuing its high quality and innovative applied research. We engage collaboratively with strategic partners who provide an in-depth understanding of particular issues, to enable research academics to contribute unique expertise and research methodology.
Research in the school is driven by a desire to solve issues with research outcomes that have innovative and practical application in the real world.
The Research Office oversees the research activities and research students within the School of Business and Law.
The Research Hub at the School of Business and Law homes three research centres: Centre for Innovative Practice (CIP), Centre for Organisational Performance (CWOP), and Markets and Services Research Centre (MASRC).
The School of Business and Law has a strong commitment to providing both staff and students with the support they need to undertake their research activities.
In the fourth lecture in this series, Are we happy at work?, Associate Dean, Management, in the School of Business and Law, Professor Stephen Teo, will examine what affects our happiness at work.
ECU School of Business and Law and Centre for Work and Organisational Performance invite you to Are We Ready for Change? Perspectives from Work and Organisational Studies.
Business and Law Research Poster Showcase and Competition hosted by the Markets and Services Research Centre (MASRC)
Please leave a comment about your rating so we can better understand how we might improve the page.