BSI Connection

Category: Research

The role of space in organising

While it is widely accepted that people produce and organise spaces aiming at particular outcomes, the effects of produced and organised spaces and how space… Read More

Exploring the roles and behaviours of young carers in Australia

Recent statistics in Australia reveal that there are approximately 350,000 young carers in Australia and half of these are under the age of eighteen. Read More

Holding up a mirror to “dishonest and greedy” finance culture

Twenty years ago, I worked in large finance organisations in Australia and overseas, ever since I have been fascinated with the industry’s culture. This fascination… Read More

The influence of expatriation on self-concept and identity

When we move to a foreign country, it disrupts our familiar environment and can lead us to question our social validation. Juan Miguel Rosa explores the implications of living and working abroad on self-concept and identity. Read More

COVID-19 and the resilience of the Asian economy—a workhorse of the global economy

Rapid and focused recovery from recurrent economic crises have proven the resilience of East Asian economies. Historically, the trade-oriented growth strategies adopted by Asian economies… Read More

Does corporate governance affect the quality of integrated reporting?

Integrated reporting (IR), is fast emerging both as a tool to help firms understand their value creation process and to communicate effectively with external stakeholders. Read More

Building back better: 10 drivers towards a low carbon future during the COVID-19 pandemic

How can countries like Indonesia and Australia link the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and response to the impacts of climate change? A long-term… Read More

Eco-control for sustainable agricultural management

Eco-control offers an integrated management approach to transitioning toward corporate sustainable development, such as sustainable agriculture management. However, the use of integrated management controls has… Read More

Hidden innovation in franchises

Franchisees are typically bound to follow the rules and regulations of the franchisor which limits their innovative and entrepreneurial activities. However, Julienne Senyard argues that franchisees may overcome these constraints through acts of innovation and “hidden” bricolage. Read More

Measuring customers’ experience through deep facial analysis

Nehemia Sugianto, PhD candidate at the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation, is conducting research to develop a privacy-preserving facial analytic surveillance solution built on responsible AI technology. Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Report on findings
Factors influencing the green bond market expansion in Vietnam
Contemplating the relationship with religion in a COVID-19 China
The Blue Economy and the SDGs

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