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Policy Baseline: Assessing the Carbon Footprint of Tourism in Queensland

Griffith Business School researchers are playing a key role in Queensland climate change policy modelling with the creation of an updated tourism carbon baseline that… Read More

Sustainable Tourism Indonesia – Integrating Communities, Culture and Environment

The fifth Australian Awards Indonesia (AAI) Short Course was completed in August by Griffith Institute for Tourism and 24 Indonesian tourism leaders, that has now… Read More

Cane Behaviour Change: Understanding more about what works, when, where and why

A range of projects focussed on changing fertilizer application rates and land use are underway in the Queensland cane industry. Projects aim to improve water… Read More

Escalating Cooperation: Nuclear Deterrence and the US-Australia Alliance

This is an excerpt of an article that first appeared on the United States Studies Centre. KEY TAKEAWAYS ߛ  Australia’s concerns over US extended… Read More

Commonwealth Games Research Symposium: Impacts and Insights

Griffith Business School researcher leaders came together to share insights and findings around the planning, communications and legacy impacts associated with the Commonwealth Games GC2018,… Read More

Research Impact in the UK: Insights from a seasoned campaigner

With the inaugural assessment of engagement and impact for the Australian Research Council – Excellence in Research Awards (ERA) 2018, and a continuing focus on… Read More

The Rise of Sophisticated Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia

With a majority of countries in South-East Asia currently under autocratic leadership and little history of liberal democracy in the region, Dr Lee Morgenbesser has… Read More

The Intergenerational Care Project – Q&A Open Forum 2019

Griffith researchers from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation, have completed their Intergenerational Care program trials and released their research evaluation frameworks and… Read More

An examination of building defects in residential multi-owned properties

Over 2 million Australians live in residential multi-owned properties, i.e. units and townhouses, and the numbers are increasing each year. However, researchers have uncovered systemic… Read More

One Year On: A Business Impact Analysis of Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018

Griffith Business School research leaders Dr Joan Carlini from the Department of Marketing and Professor Andrew O’Neil Dean Research, have launched their new business impact… Read More