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Researchers in this group bring their expertise from a number of disciplines to study the governance and economics of sustainable practices and responsible behaviours.
The core research themes include: corporate governance and organisational performance, managing the risks of carbon and climate change, sustainable investment and environmental policies, and financial econometrics
Research undertaken in the Employee Health and Wellbeing cluster covers three broad themes:
Examples of current projects include exploring the work and health-related experiences of immigrant managers from the Asia-Pacific region; identifying the impact of HR policies and practices on employee wellbeing, capability, and commitment, and; measuring the effectiveness of comprehensive job stress prevention programs.
This research group examines the broader effects of marketing on society. It involves three streams, all related to the impact of marketing on individuals, cultures, and the environment.
The research fields are consumer decision-making, consumer regulation and policy, and macro-marketing. Examples of current projects include consumer decision-making in essential services, the adoption of green car technology, motives to participate in the arts, ethical consumerism, food marketing to children, and volunteerism and its effects on subjective quality of life.