The Accounting group focuses on the creation, dissemination, attestation, interpretation, use, and governance of financial information. The group focuses on how business managers utilise information to make strategic decisions and how public companies report financial information to key stakeholders.
The Economics & Policy group analyses how economics can improve economic growth and business performance; and how public policy can be improved to enhance economic growth, sustainability and the quality of life.
Research by the Finance group focuses on the investment and financial decisions of firms and financial institutions. The group is committed to translating research into practice through links with the private sector, regulators and policy makers, and dedicated to teaching that is inspired and enriched by its research findings.
The Marketing group consists of scholars in marketing strategy, modelling and consumer behaviour. Group members publish in leading international journals across areas as diverse as emerging markets, experimental economics, game theory, industrial organisation, innovation, and social identity and consumption behaviour.
The Operations & Technology Management group studies the design and management of value-enhancing systems and processes that lead to improved decision-making in both tactical and strategic aspects of an organisation. Faculty members are involved in research projects addressing a wide spectrum of management challenges and draw from economics, mathematics, statistics, strategy and operations research, as well as psychology and sociology.
The Organisational Behaviour subject group aspires to promote simultaneously our basic understanding of individual and group behaviour at all levels within organisations and the translation of our scientific research into practical implications that have significant executive and corporate value.
The Organisational Theory & Information Systems group focuses on organisational theory and the dynamic relationship between information technologies and organisations. The range of research interests crosses individual, group, organisational levels of analysis in developed and developing country contexts.