The MGSM Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Partnership Network is a multi-stakeholder, multi-sectorial collaboration of over 30 members from selected Australian companies, not-for-profit organisations and governmental departments known for their CSR initiatives.
Dr Ross Mackenzie’s main research interest is the impact of trade liberalisation on health, specifically focusing on the global strategies and operations of transnational tobacco corporations
Following a network perspective, the flow of online and offline word-of-mouth are mapped and visualised as part of a series of real-life word-of-mouth-Marketing campaigns.
In Australia 611,300 people sustained a work-related injury or illnesses in the 2008/9 financial year. The economic costs exceeded $60.6 billion. Dr Sharon O’Neill investigates work health and safety failure.
Baby boomers move towards retirement, there is continued growth in financial planning and funds under Australian advice are in excess of $515 billion. A Macquarie team takes a deeper a look at the trends in superannuation asset management.
The NSW government’s changes to workers’ compensation sought to reduce long-term compensation liabilities. Professor Ray Markey investigates what the impacts of these legislative adjustments have been.
About 30 years ago the Thai King introduced the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. This program focuses on new leadership thinking at the national and organisational levels in Thailand, as well as considering the effects of decisions on diverse stakeholder groups.