Research grants funded by the UNSW Business School in 2017

Business School Research Grants - 2017 total:

$177,881

Special Research Grants - 2017 total: $137,281
ARC SilverStar Awards - 2017 total: $80,000

Business School Research Grants

Culture and Institutions: The Pace and Complexity of Economic Reform in the Shadow of the Past

Investigator/s: Juan Carlos Carbajal
School: Economics
Amount granted: $20,000

Anticipation and K-level Reasoning in the Macroeconomy

Investigator/s: Christopher Gibbs
School: Economics
Amount granted: $18,000

Derivative Pricing, Effective Hedging and Risk Management in Electricity Markets

Investigator/s: Katja Ignatieva
School: Risk and Actuarial Studies
Amount granted: $20,000

Information Disclosure and Persuasion with Competition

Investigator/s: Keiichi Kawai
School: Economics
Amount granted: $25,000

Frictions in Organisational Change

Investigator/s: Hongyi Li
School: Economics
Amount granted: $20,000

Pioneering the Next Generation of Online Information Search Features

Investigator/s: Eric Tze Kuan Lim; Chee-Wee Tan (AI, Department of IT Management, Copenhagen Business School)
School: Information Systems, Technology and Management
Amount granted: $20,000

Customer Satisfaction and the Implied Cost of Equity: The Moderating Effects of Market Conditions

Investigator/s: Youngdeok Lim; Jiyeon Lee
School: Accounting; Marketing
Amount granted: $20,000

Does the Public Understand Central Bank Independence? Evidence from Australia and the United States

Investigator/s: Nalini Prasad
School: Economics
Amount granted: $18,000

Digital Nomading: A Study of How Information Technology Enables Personal Freedom for Digital Freelance Workers

Investigator/s: Daniel Schlagwein; Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic (Mentor)
School: Information Systems, Technology and Management
Amount granted: $16,881

Special Research Grants

An Agentic Perspective on Privacy Choices: Enhancing Awareness of Control through Privacy Verification Agent

Investigator/s: Ben Choi
School: Information Systems, Technology and Management
Amount granted: $10,000

Financial Management and Accountability in Voluntary Sports Organisations

Investigator/s: Conor Clune
School: Accounting
Amount granted: $9,943

Non-Parametric Sieve Estimation of Measurement Errors

Investigator/s: Michele De Nadai
School: Economics
Amount granted: $8,903

What Effect can Income Tax Measures have on Incentivising Innovation?

Investigator/s: Alexandra Evans; Tran-Nam Binh (Mentor)
School: Taxation and Business Law
Amount granted: $9,933

International Guidelines in E-Commerce – An Enhancement for Developing Chinese Customer Legal Regime in Digital Market

Investigator/s: Mary Ip
School: Taxation and Business Law
Amount granted: $ 10,000

Institutional Investors and Momentum Moments

Investigator/s: Paul Karehnke
School: Banking and Finance
Amount granted: $10,000

Making the Invisible Visible: Modelling Corporate Structure Decisions of a Tax-minimising Multinational

Investigator/s: Ann Kayis-Kumar; Fiona Martin (Mentor)
School: Taxation and Business Law
Amount granted: $9,246

Construal Level Theory and the Newsvendor Problem

Investigator/s: Sam Kirshner; Pat Finnegan (Mentor)
School: Information Systems, Technology and Management
Amount granted: $9,859

Differential Effects of Internal and External Corporate Social Responsibility on Tangibility and Intangible Goods

Investigator/s: Kyung Jin Lim; Nitika Garg (Mentor)
School: Marketing
Amount granted: $9,931

Conspiracy or Coincidence: Assessing Concerted Practices under Amended Australian Competition Law

Investigator/s: Rob Nicholls
School: Taxation and Business Law
Amount granted: $ 10,000

Science, Innovation and Gender Differences

Investigator/s: Elvira Sojli
School: Banking and Finance
Amount granted: $10,000

Dynamic Liquidity Provision of Mutual Funds and Bond Returns

Investigator/s: Wing Wah Tham
School: Banking and Finance
Amount granted: $10,000

Determinants and Incremental Usefulness of the Direct Method Operating Cash Flow Disclosures

Investigator/s: Chuan Yu; Baljit Sidhu (Mentor)
School: Accounting
Amount granted: $9,877

Assessing Paternalistic Policies

Investigator/s: Pei-Cheng Yu
School: Economics
Amount granted: $9,589

ARC SilverStar awards

Customer Mistreatment and Emotion Regulation: A longitudinal Analysis

Investigator/s: Markus Groth
School: Management
Amount granted: $20,000

Retirement Incomes and Innovative Financial Products for an Ageing China

Investigator/s: Katja Hanewald
School: Risk and Actuarial Studies and CEPAR
Amount granted: $20,000

Financial crisis, information types and institutional investors

Investigator/s: Jianfeng Shen
School: Banking and Finance
Amount granted: $20,000

Optimization of Insurance Risks beyond the Traditional Paradigm

Investigator/s: Jinxia Zhu
School: Risk and Actuarial Studies
Amount granted: $20,000