At the ANU College of Business and Economics, our research is focused on issues that are highly significant for organisations, the Australian economy, and society at large, as well as on the ongoing pursuit of excellence in foundation research.
Universities Australia recognises Dr Timo Henckel for his exceptional teaching.
Dr Francis Hui receives the Christopher Heyde medal for his contributions to statistical methodology.
New study investigates influences on the social-insurance participation of the country’s rural-urban migrants.
A small number of changes can give Australia a chance to ramp up progress to close the gender pay gap.
It is time for the Government to start budgeting for the costs of living with climate change, not just the costs of cutting emissions
CBE experts discuss the policy missteps of the 2021 Federal Budget.
Dr Janice Scealy receives the Moran Medal for her contributions to statistical science.
Professor Neil Fargher is one of Australia’s leading academics in the field of auditing and financial accounting.
Keeping up with the Joneses? Managerial incentives change how government spending affects private investment
Dr Phong Ngo employs a novel approach to understand how government spending affects private R&D expenditure.