Phil Dolan and Sharon Parker

Addressing Australia’s work stress could save billions

Monday, 1 August 2016

In Australia, the cost of workers’ compensation claims for mental stressis $200 million per year. Further, PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates work stress costs the Australian economy at least $10.9 billion per year.

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When one painting is not like another…

Monday, 27 June 2016

Tom Simpson never quite understood why, as a young child, he was dragged to endless art galleries. But years later, the UWA Business School PhD candidate has developed a new appreciation for art—and is even developing a new way to value collectable art pieces.

Strictly (Mining) Boardroom

Strictly Boardroom: Fresh insights for mining company directors

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Aspiring members of mining company boards have a new weapon in their toolkit: Strictly (Mining) Boardroom – A Practitioner’s Guide for Next Generation Directors.

Paul Flatau

The Costs of Youth Homelessness in Australia

Thursday, 28 April 2016

A world-first Australian study has shown that preventing young people from becoming homeless by strengthening and integrating school and youth services at a community level could save an estimated $626 million per year across the youth justice and health services systems alone.

Kelly Neill

WA gas reservation policy a drag on state economy

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Western Australia’s gas reservation policy is costing the State economy between $0.4 and $1.1 billion each year, according to UWA researchers.

Cristina Gibson

Decade award for international business research

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

A paper co-authored by the UWA Business School’s Professor Cristina Gibson has been named as the winner of the Decade Award in international business.

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Top score for Business and Management research at UWA

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

UWA has received a rating of ‘well above world standard’ – the highest possible score – for its research in Business and Management.

Francesco Cangiano

Work-life balance: Is it really a zero sum game?

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Finding the ideal work-life balance just got easier, thanks to new research from the UWA Business School.

2015 Australia Awards Hadi Soesastro Prize winners with Julie Bishop

UWA student wins Australia Awards Hadi Soesastro Prize

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

A PhD student at the UWA Business School has been awarded the prestigious 2015 Australia Awards Hadi Soesastro Prize.

Associate Professor Fang Liu

Are you a Chanel or a Calvin Klein type of person?

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

How does a luxury brand’s personality affect our loyalty to the brand? And how do our perceptions of who else is buying a luxury brand impact on our purchasing decisions?