The Faculty of Business and Law is committed to research that is high in academic standard, flexible in nature, and relevant - crossing a variety of disciplines, our projects aim to be meaningful to commercial and business interests, and to the broader community. Gain an insight into some of the quality research being undertaken in our research showcase.
16 Jun 2014
Deakin Business School and the Geelong Chamber of Commerce conducted the first survey of business confidence and industry activity in the Geelong region in 2014. The confidence, activity, sales, purchases, profitability, investment, and planning of Geelong businesses were surveyed.
10 Jun 2014
New research by the Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice shows that "everybody knows everybody" in a small town is having an impact on the availability of legal services to clients in rural and regional Victoria.
27 May 2014
In her submission to the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry, Law Professor Samantha Hepburn called for reforms in the industry.
22 May 2014
Dr Jane Menzies is the lead researcher on a project investigating 'Australian Innovative Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in China.'
Vivek Chandra describes himself as 'a lifetime academic, energy professional, entrepreneur and traveller'. Here's why...
Engaging women in social cycling
PhD researcher Katherine Rowe is combining her interest in health and sport with business and marketing to figure out why women are under-represented in cycling.
26 Feb 2014
Research by Professor Chris Doucouliagos, with the Alfred Deakin Research Institute, has been used in a US Congressional Budget report as part of a push to raise the US minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10. The move could help to raise 900,000 Americans out
26 Feb 2014
Business and Law researchers will be involved in two new Co-operative Research Centres (CRCs), announced by the Federal government. The $31 million Rail Manufacturing CRC and the $25 million Data to Decisions CRC will build Australian capability, global competitiveness and best practice approaches.
03 Feb 2014
On the anniversary of the "blackest day in Australian sport" Martin Hardie says we should address the most serious issue in the battle against drugs in sport - getting genuine buy in from athletes.
Natural disasters undo years of capital accumulation instantaneously ... disaster risk mitigation is not part of the national development plans of most countries...
Germany weathered the global financial crisis more effectively than any other country in the European Union. Professor Jean du Plessis argues this can be attributed to its "co-determination" system of corporate governance.
PhD student, James Davidson's research into consumer behaviour and electric power vehicles..
Professor Andrew Noblett is focused on employee well-being.
Dr Elizabeth Manning looks at how the proposed National Disability Insurance Scheme can make a difference.
What is it and how does it help to keep Germany's economy thriving?
Martin Hardie has been at the forefront of the fight to clean up cycling.
That's the advice of Deakin University sports media expert Dr Paul Turner.
When John Basarin's father, a Turkish army officer, took him to Gallipoli as a 10-year-old, little did he realise...
The coal seam gas industry is booming in Australia.
Rural and regional small business owners in Victoria rarely turn to the legal profession for pro-active advice...
Events can occur that render forward estimates in budgets obsolete ...