With nearly 450 academics, researchers, and professional and technical staff, the UNSW Australia Business School is home to some of Australia’s leading minds in business and industry.
Professor Styles’ extensive marketing and consulting experience has taken him around the world and he is a renowned expert in international alliances and entrepreneurship.
A distinguished scholar in organisational behaviour, Professor Sargent has published widely in top tier journals and secured competitive government and industry grants in Australia and overseas. In 2010 she was awarded the Pearson Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management educator of the year.
Nigel brings a wealth of experience from senior operations and strategy roles and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).
With a focus on marketing and brand management, Professor Uncles provides strategic and operational leadership for learning and teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs.
Professor Wailes led the development of MBAX, AGSM’s specialist online MBA. His research focusses on the impact of technology on industries and organisations, and he teaches and consults in the areas of leadership, strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Professor Dunford co-ordinates/ leads the contribution of international and industry links to the achievement of the UNSW Business School’s strategy. He comes to UNSW with a broad background of leadership within business schools, and a strong record in both research and consulting.
Professor Frederik Anseel’s research focuses on the psychological microfoundations of organisational learning, innovation and entrepreneurship. He examines how leadership can optimally support these processes.
Professor Cheng teaches in a range of undergraduate and postgraduate management accounting courses. She joined the Business School in 1998, and her research focuses on behavioural management accounting.
Associate Professor Li Yang's expertise include: Derivatives markets, Empirical asset pricing, Futures contract design and its effects on the markets, and Futures trading and hedging.
Valentyn's main research area is Econometrics including big data, networks, dependence modelling, Granger causality, model evaluation and prediction, and structural modelling. He is also interested in economic models with bounded rationality, heterogeneous agents, learning and economic interactions.
Professor Carter is recognised as one of the 'Top 30' e-government researchers (according to Scholl 2014's EGOV conference proceedings). Her paper on trust, innovation and acceptance in e-government (Information Systems Journal) has more than 1500 Google scholar citations.
Professor Jack Cadeaux does research on supply chain and distribution flexibility, retail assortment analytics, and modelling innovation and transformation in product and service markets. He has served for many years on the Editorial Policy Board of the Journal of Macromarketing.
Andrew has recently moved from the UK to become Head of the School of Management at UNSW. Previously, he was Head of the Department of Management in Durham University Business School, and has also held academic posts at the universities of Bath, Bradford, Kent, Manchester Metropolitan, and York.
Bernard Wong's current research interests span three main areas: optimal asset allocation and asset liability management,
optimal dividend and capitalisation policy for risk business, the modelling of dependence in stochastic
processes, as well as the interaction between the aforementioned problems.
Michael Walpole is Head of School with responsibility for academic and research activities in the school. Michael’s research interests include tax transfer pricing and GST/VAT and he has worked at the OECD on several VAT topics.
Professor Sheldon has research interests in HRM and industrial relations, and was the recipient of a Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations grant.
(Faculty Board, Standing Committee, Education Committees, Research Committee) With research interests in efficiency measurement, productivity and growth, Professor Schworm has published extensively and is an associate editor of the Journal of Productivity Analysis.