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Research

The School of Business and Law at Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a dynamic School, hosting a diverse range of staff from around the world who produce innovative research across a range of exciting disciples.

The School of Business and Law is home to world class facilities that allow you to experience modern equipment in real-world environments, including The Research Hub which accommodates the activities of the School’s research, and provides a space devoted to nurturing interdisciplinary research at scale.

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.

News

Experts predict Australians will stop visiting Bali after coronavirus

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Professor Sam Huang talks to News.com.au about tourism industry recovery after the pandemic is over.

Chinese Australians caught in the crossfire from Beijing's Australian travel warning

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Professor Sam Huang talks to ABC News about Chinese Australians caught in the crossfire from Beijing's Australian travel warning.

There may not be enough skilled workers in Australia’s pipeline for a post-COVID-19 recovery

Thursday, 11 June 2020

There may not be enough skilled workers in Australia’s pipeline for a post-COVID-19 recovery. Professor Pi-Shen Seet writes for The Conversation.

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Research Hubs and Centres

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).

Research support

A research doctoral degree involves making an original contribution to knowledge through the successful completion of a research project. The project will involve identifying a topic, conducting research and presenting the outcomes as a thesis, or a creative project with an exegesis.

Edith Cowan University (ECU) offers 4-year doctoral degrees, with flexible study options to support the development of active, engaged researchers.

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