Striving for research excellence
Our researchers are committed to building a strong research profile. Research focuses on international business, Asia-Australia and international relations, globalisation, small enterprise, logistics and supply chain management, information systems, sustainable business, and religious change and social consciousness.
Funded by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), London, UK , Associate Professor Ki-Hoon Lee is investigating the similarities and differences between developed and developing countries in terms of EMA implementation and levels of usefulness in practice.
This study specifically examines practices in Australia and Sri Lanka.
A team of Griffith experts including Professor Anneke Fitzgerald, Dr Katrina Radford and Dr Narina Vecchio are leading a nationwide investigation into the future of respite care centres and the potential development of a revolutionary intergenerational model in this space.
An ageing boom, which is set to place new and untold pressures on the lives of carers in Australia, needs action toward solving the problem now.
Global governance revisited
The Centre for Global Cooperation Research (Duisburg, Germany) recently appointed Dr Larry Crump as a Senior Fellow based on a proposal: "Global Governance Revisited via Three Levels of Analysis: Global, Regional and Bilateral". The global focus of this fellowship was on the G20, the regional focus was on policy coordination, and the bilateral focus was on developing a theoretical framework that can help explain closure (the end game) in bilateral free trade negotiations.
The diversity of research conducted by our staff means our members are affiliated with several Research Institutes and Centres across the University. Research staff of the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation are affiliated with the following Griffith Research Centres: