Newcastle Business School
Anthea has over 15 years qualitative and quantitative research experience working in academic, commercial consultancy and government contexts and is responsible for delivering the Centre's economic indicators program in the Hunter and Upper Hunter.
Associate Professor Brendan Boyle specialises in the areas of international human resource management, the management of multinational corporations and international business strategy.
Recognising ongoing success in the service sectors as fundamental to securing Australia’s prosperity and standard of living, Dr Jamie Carlson is working with firms to aid the design and delivery of compelling consumption experiences that creates value for customers and firms.
Head of the Accounting & Finance Discipline
Abul Shamsuddin is Professor of Finance and Head of the Accounting & Finance Discipline at the University of Newcastle. He received his Masters and PhD from Simon Fraser University, Canada.
Dr Hao Tan's international business research is looking to satisfy intrigue about the energy system powering the world's largest developing economy, as he provides information and insight into the industrial dynamics in China's energy sector and their implications to global business and economics.
Laura Luo's research interests predominantly lie in carbon accounting including carbon disclosure, carbon performance, carbon management and carbon assurance. She also links the carbon accounting issues with traditional accounting research area such as corporate governance and capital market etc.
Dr Francesco Paolucci is Professor of Health Economics & Policy at the Faculty of Business & Law, University of Newcastle, Australia, and at the School of Economics & Management, University of Bologna, Italy.
Ashish's academic qualifications, training and professional experience is in the field of Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations.
Alicia holds a PhD in Management (Marketing), and is a Senior Lecturer of Marketing for the Newcastle Business School at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Alicia is currently the Head of the Marketing and Tourism Discipline in the Newcastle Business School.
Dr Sara Motta obtained her BA in Philosophy and MSc in The Politics of Development (Latin America) from the London School of Economics and Political Science. l
Dr Agbola has a strong background in applied econometrics, development economics and agricultural economics and has published in several top-tier refereed journals.
Richard worked in a range of operations, logistics, freight forwarding and transport management roles for 13 years in West Africa and the United Kingdom before beginning an academic career in 2002
Philip is a mid-career researcher who was awarded his PhD in 2010. In terms of research areas, Philip has published in a number of new or emerging areas, such as group travel to major events and co-authored one of the earlier articles discussing the use of VR (virtual reality) for NPD.
Newcastle Law School
Christoph Antons has a background in law, Southeast Asian studies and art history.
Dr Amy Maguire's research relates to the collective human right to self-determination, with particular focus on Indigenous peoples in Australia and Irish nationalists in the North of Ireland.
Dean and Head of School
Professor Sourdin has published and presented widely on a range of topics including justice issues, mediation, conflict resolution, collaborative law, artificial intelligence, technology and organisational change.
Professor Lisa Toohey researches and teaches in the fields of international trade law and dispute resolution and is an member of the University's Academic Senate for the 2018-2019 term.
Kcasey McLoughlin is an early career researcher and social commentator who probes the notion of gendered difference in Australian law.