Business School Research

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Griffith Business School Research Departments

The Evolution of Employee Voice and Collaborative Workplace Relations

Professor Adrian Wilkinson Foreword: The issue of speaking up or remaining silent faces us on a daily basis. The notion that people should have a… Read More

Empowering Indigenous businesses through improved financial literacy

Applying an Indigenist methodology using ‘participatory action research’, Griffith Business School researchers wanted to learn how Indigenous business owners have become economically sustainable in running… Read More

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Tourism Sector Thailand

Professor Susanne Becken from the Griffith Institute for Tourism and Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management is renowned for her work researching… Read More

Intergenerational Care – Successful trials deliver wellbeing between the generations

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Griffith Business School and the Menzies Health Institute Queensland led by Professor Anneke Fitzgerald (program evaluation), and… Read More

Mega-Sporting Events Impacts and Legacies – Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Phase 2.0

Unearthing the best organisational practices behind running mega-sporting events so their impacts for businesses and legacies for the community are improved, is a key interest… Read More

Whistleblowing: New Rules, New Policies, New Vision

A major milestone was accomplished in December 2018 with the passing of new laws for whistleblower protections (part 9.4 AAA) in the Australian Corporations Act,… Read More

Defining Best Practice Gender Equality: Global Report Women in Tourism

In 2017 three countries in the Asia-Pacific were amongst the world’s top spenders on outbound tourism, China (1st), Australia (6th) and Korea (9th). For in-bound… Read More

Australia Awards Fellowship – Macroeconomic Management for effective governance in Sri Lanka

Sound economic analysis for macroeconomic management arising from evidence-based fiscal policies are underway in Sri Lanka, with the support of the education and training provided… Read More

Make it Count during The Brisbane Ekka to boost organ and tissue donor registrations

Dr Kathy Knox from Social Marketing @ Griffith is pleased to announce the launch of their latest research project Make it Count sponsored by… Read More

Building Capacity with Central Banks – Research based policy formulation program

Griffith Business School is playing a key role in the fiscal policy development of the South Pacific Central Banks, with an impressive research program involving… Read More