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Research

The School of Business and Law at Edith Cowan University is a dynamic School, with a diverse range of staff from around the world who produce engaged, and applied research across a range of disciples.

The School of Business and Law is home to facilities allowing staff and students alike to experience modern equipment in real-world environments. The Research Hub accommodates the activities of the School’s research, and provides a space devoted to nurturing interdisciplinary research at scale.

The School engages 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 is driven by a desire to solve issues with research outcomes that have innovative and practical application in the real world.

Find out more on the Centre for Work + Wellbeing website.

School Research Strengths

The School has academics across a range of disciplines and research areas including:

  • Environmental and resource law,
  • Financial markets,
  • Human resource management and organisational behaviour,
  • Law Reform,
  • Marketing, entrepreneurship and innovation,
  • Project and supply chain management,
  • Tourism and hospitality management,
  • Work and wellbeing.

Centre for Work + Wellbeing

Our brand new strategic research centre aims to impact policy and organisational practice to promote positive mental health and organisational wellbeing.

Our primary goal is to produce impactful research that will advance individual, organisational and community wellbeing. We work collaboratively with organisations to promote healthy work and positive wellbeing and performance outcomes. Our research has a strong focus on organisational responses to COVID-19 restrictions and delivers research leadership in understanding how new ways of working, accelerated as a result of COVID-19, can be effectively implemented and advance individual and organisational wellbeing.

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