Producing relevant research outcomes to inform policy and provide solutions
Griffith Business School is home to several world-class research facilities. It is internationally recognised for its strengths in the fields of Asian business, sport management, tourism, work and employment relations, as well as governance and public policy.
Working with industry, government and partner institutions within Australia and globally, we produce relevant research outcomes to inform policy and provide solutions for a range of business problems.
Our Academic Centres
Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise
The Centre was setup to inform and assist the development of sustainable enterprise through innovative research, teaching and engagement activities.
Griffith Centre for Personal Finance and Superannuation
Producing leading research in personal finance and superannuation, for both academic and external impact.
Social Marketing @ Griffith
Working together with government, academia and commercial and not-for-profit industry, the Centre is able to achieve sustainable social behaviour change.
Yunus Social Business Centre Griffith University
Providing social business education and access to micro-loans that will enable individuals to set up and start their own social business ventures.
HIGHER DEGREE RESEARCH
We support our Higher Degrees Research students through a range of activities and programs, complementing University and faculty-level initiatives. Together with our staff, Departments, and Research Centres we work hard to ensure our HDR students get the best possible support for their studies.
We have an Higher Degrees Research Program Director who focuses specifically on our students' needs. The Higher Degrees Research Program Director is responsible for nurturing and fostering a research culture, and for developing cohort experiences in collaboration with Departments and Research Centres.
Our 'cohort experience' programs are designed to enhance the experiences of our HDR students. These include our showcase event and poster competition - which is a celebration and a display of the diversity and impact of our current PhD and Master of Philosophy research, as well as recognising, rewarding and celebrating excellence amongst our Higher Degrees Research scholars.
Griffith Enterprise is the University's dedicated office for business and government engagements, innovations and new ventures. It provides expert advice and support for commercial contracting, tenders, sponsored research and development, industry partnerships, intellectual property licensing and venture formation.
GBS Research news
December 05, 2019
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 will for the first time include aviation emissions in the inventory for an improved footprint. Tourism contributed $12.3 billion to t...
November 25, 2019
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 resulted in over 125 Indonesians trained in sustainable tourism since 2015. The program (AAI-5) was led by Associate Professor Sarah Gard...
November 20, 2019
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 quality in the Great Barrier Reef catchment to assist the ecosystem for decades to come. Griffith Business School researchers have combined w...
November 12, 2019
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 nuclear deterrence are primarily about entrapment, not abandonment. Still, Australian policymakers are aware that Canberra needs to take on a gre...