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Research Office

The School of Business and Law at ECU 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. This approach ensures research in areas of relevance and the application of research results for meaningful impact in the community.

The Research Office oversees the research activities, research centres and research students within the School of Business and Law.

Our School's research centres offer specialised research services to specific industries and the community covering a wide range of areas from innovation, financial markets, business with Asia, e-commerce, marketing and quality management to social issues and law enforcement. The centres are regularly reviewed by external, independent panels and adhere to excellence in research income and publications. We welcome further enquiries about research opportunities of mutual benefit and problem solving in industry, commerce and government.

Our key areas of research strength and concentration are:

For our graduate research students, we offer PhD, Masters by Research and Honours courses, which cover a wide range of Business and Law related disciplines with particular expertise in:

  • Innovation
  • Human resource management
  • Accounting
  • Finance and banking
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Project management
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Marketing and business services
  • Information systems
  • International management

The School, together with our research centres and our experienced and dedicated research supervisors, aims to create an enhanced learning experience for our graduate research students. We offer various research activities and strong support with the aim of developing their skills and competencies.

If you are an inspired graduate who wishes to reach your potential and obtain a PhD or other research degree from a quality University, I encourage you to explore our programs and discover opportunities available to you.

Associate Professor Hadrian G. Djajadikerta
Associate Dean Research

Contact the Research Office

Mrs Tracey Judd
Telephone: 134 ECU (134 328)
Email: t.judd@ecu.edu.au

School of Business and Law
Edith Cowan University
Room JO 2.438
270 Joondalup Drive
Joondalup WA 6027

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