Professor Mike Aitken, Professor of Management at the MGSM, leads the activities of the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre. A national research centre focused on fraud detection in finance and health domains.
The research focuses on the dynamics between the prices of crude oil and various refined product such as diesel, petroleum, petrochemical, intermediaries, polymers and plastics.
A team of researchers from Macquarie University and the University of Wollongong surveyed close to 1000 low-income residents aged 60 to find out their knowledge, attitudes and practices toward energy efficient living.
Humanity is facing a crisis with quality water resources decreasing at the same time as demand and population size increases.
The 2006 Innovation Awards provides a rare look at the original research being conducted at Macquarie University a decade ago.
Dr Baumann researches customer loyalty and its drivers. He has introduced the concept of Share of Wallet (SOW) and researched its measurement and prediction.
This program provided an opportunity to initiate thought leadership to facilitate the removal of market distortions in the cell phone services market. It was used to provide consumers with independent, evidence-based input into telecommunications regulatory policy making.
Offering an alternative approach to WHS performance evaluation, Dr O’Neill is working with government and industry partners on a program of inter-related WHS research projects. These aim to help improve both policy and practice of WHS measurement, WHS reporting and WHS governance.
This research empirically examines the effects of the Baby Bonus and the Child Care Rebate on fertility rates and parental workforce participation in Australia, finding these effects were most probably minor.
Professor David Throsby AO is internationally known for his work as an economist with specialist interests in the economics of the arts and culture.