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PLANNING
        OUR FUTURE

        DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
        FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND LAW

        Principles For Responsible Management
        Education
        Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report 2015

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Introduction
Executive Dean’s Commitment to the Principals of
Responsible Management Education
On behalf of the Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University (Deakin) I am
honoured to renew our commitment to the United Nations’ Principals of
Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative. The importance of
embedding corporate social responsibility and a strong commitment to responsible
and sustainable development into tomorrow’s leaders, not only through our
educational offerings and engaging research projects but through modelling the
PRME at every level of the organisation is a significant focus for Deakin. It gives me
great pleasure to present the 2015 Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report to
the PRME community and to Deakin communities.

                                              The Faculty of Business and Law remains committed to
                                                 sustainability as a key driver of all aspects of the
                                                               Faculty’s operations…

   Professor Mike Ewing
   Executive Dean and Pro-Vice Chancellor
   Faculty of Business and Law

                                                                                   15 July 2015

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Faculty of Business and Law
The Faculty of Business and Law's mission is to engage with our students and
partners in the provision of flexible educational programs and to undertake
relevant research. Our vision is to enable globally connected and supported
education using innovative, digital technologies and research that makes a
difference to the communities we serve.

Deakin Business School Mission
As part of Deakin’s commitment to the student journey, the Faculty of Business and
Law underwent a significant restructure establishing Schools dedicated to study
and research in its designated field. Deakin Business School (DBS) prepares
graduates for careers of the future. We harness emerging technologies to facilitate
innovative, borderless and personalised education. Our research informs our
practice and impacts the communities with whom we engage.

Our Communities are viewed holistically and can be variously used to refer to
students, academe, professional associations/societies and other non-profits,
industry, government and broader society. Society includes our physical
communities in Victoria (Geelong, Warrnambool, Burwood), our online community
and our key international communicates (primarily in India and China).

At DBS, we recognise impact:

• By providing demonstrable benefits to the communities with whom we engage;

• As being measured both quantitatively and qualitatively; and

• Across three primary domains: research, education and engagement.

Deakin Business School continues to host two courses which are EPAS Accredited:
Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Commerce. Retention of
this challenging to attain accreditation, due to its demanding international
standards around program strategy, design, delivery and operations, as well as
program outcomes, continuous quality assurance processes, and a focus on
internationalisation and corporate connections, remains a faculty corporate
strategy. DBA’s MBA and MBA (International) courses were also given a 5-star
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rating in 2012 by the Graduate Management Association of Australia. These various
recognitions reflect our commitment to high quality programmes that address the
emerging challenges faced by management in addressing sustainable, responsible
and ethical business practices in an increasingly dynamic and volatile economy.

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Principles
   Principle 1 – Purpose
   We will develop the capabilities of students to be future generators
   of sustainable value for business and society at large and to work for
   an inclusive and sustainable global economy.

Industry linkages, international study tours, experiential learning opportunities and
flexible delivery mode are some of the ways through which Deakin University is
able to help our students define themselves and their career goals. Some examples
of initiatives undertaken include:

Growth in Student Mobility
Deakin University student participation in global programs is growing, with over
3,000 students registered with the Global Citizenship Program (GCP) and more than
1,600 undertaking an overseas study, volunteer or internship experience in 2014.

Thirty Deakin students undertook work in the remote communities of Niusawa, Fiji
and Spiti Valley, India, where they were involved in the construction of sustainable
buildings.

Delivering Globally Connected Education
Deakin’s international programs were recognised with Victoria’s highest accolades
when Deakin received:

 the Premier’s Award for International Education Provider of the Year 2014;
 the 2014 Victorian International Education Awards for Excellence in Education
  (University) and Excellence in International Education (Student Employability
  and Careers);
 the Victorian Governor’s Export Award for best education provider; and
 a finalist in the national Austrade Export Awards.
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Our Legal Internship Programme - Aurora Native Title continues
The Faculty of Business and Law continues to support and promote the Internship
Program commenced in 2004 with the placement of legal interns at a limited
number of Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and other organisations
working in Indigenous affairs more generally. In 2009, Aurora piloted the
placement of business interns at NTRBs and other organisations.

The internship program, combined with Aurora’s training and professional
development program, support the recruitment and retention of staff at NTRBs in
particular. The program continues to attract enthusiastic participation by students
and graduates from universities across Australia as well as overseas, with over
4,500 applications received and more than 1,480 internship placements arranged,
as at winter 2014.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Accountants
The Faculty of Business and Law and the Institute of Koorie Education, in
partnership with CPA Australia and the Chartered Accountants (Australia and New
Zealand) are committed to supporting Australia’s Indigenous peoples and
communities in the education and business sector. Delivering outcomes through
the Round Table event of 2011 which provided a forum for discussion on
opportunities and strategies to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
students undertaking accounting and commerce studies; a recently completed
research project for CPA Australia; and a conference planned for September 2015.

The planned conference for 2015 seeks to investigate the role of educators,
employers and the accounting profession in providing opportunities for Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander peoples to enter the field of accounting.

International Study Tours and Internships
The Faculty of Business and Law offers students the opportunity to participate in
International study tours and internships at undergraduate and postgraduate level,
which integrate educational, cultural and practical experiences. The International
Tours blend experiential learning with traditional study and involve all disciplines
across the Faculty; students visit the corporations, institutions and markets of the

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world's financial capitals. Destinations include: China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia,
New York and the USA.

A summary of the 2014 Faculty Study Tours offered:

       24 students undertook the International Finance tour;
       24 students undertook the European Management tour;
       20 students participated in the Malaysian Group Internship opportunity;
       additionally, a further 10 students undertook the Indian Law (Double degrees)
        tour and 15 students undertook the Chinese Commercial Law (Double degrees)
        tour.

Community Based Volunteering
The Faculty of Business and Law offers a number of work integrated learning
opportunities to assist students to develop ‘citizenship’ and an appreciation of the
impact of their role in society through a reflective learning experience. There is
increasing demand and participation from the students for these opportunities
with 28 students undertaking a dedicated community based volunteer position in
2013 and 56 students completing in 2014. Dedicated academic units have been
developed to accommodate these roles as detailed below.

Two specific units (MIS291 Community Based Volunteering A and MIS292
Community Based Volunteering B) provide for recognition of 100-120 hours per
unit with an authentic not-for-profit organization, either locally or internationally;
such as assisting in a remote village in India, working with a church or community
group, going to Kathmandu and volunteering in part of the Tilganga Eye Centre or
volunteering at a local Red Cross, St Vincent de Paul or community hospital. These
units provide opportunity for students to learn in and with their chosen
community, enabling them to build awareness and understanding of themselves as
citizens and the contribution that individuals can make to the broader community.
In the future, when these students are in a position of responsibility within their
organisations, they will be better placed to consider the value of corporations'
social responsibility.

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Principle 2 - Values
   We will incorporate into our academic activities and curricula the
   values of global social responsibility as portrayed in international
   initiatives such as the United Nations Global Compact.

Deakin University reflects its commitment to this principle from the institutional
level down to the individual study unit level. The Course Enhancement (CE) process
is a major initiative within Deakin’s LIVE the Future: Agenda 2020. It is a course
based approach to curriculum renewal that commenced in 2012. All faculty courses
will have undertaken CE by the end of 2015. One of the purposes of CE is to ensure
that course learning outcomes and standards are aligned with Deakin’s Graduate
Learning Outcomes (DGLO) and professional accreditation requirements and
standards. There are eight DGLOs including Global Citizenship: Engaging ethically
and productively in the professional context and with diverse communities and
cultures in global context. As a Bachelors or Masters course goes through the CE
process, course teams ensure that each DGLO, including ‘Global citizenship’, is
developed and assessed at appropriate standards across the core units.

A variety of teaching, learning and assessment activities are used to implement
PRME across individual courses. For example, in the Bachelor of Commerce
Accounting major, students are provided with a simulated experiential learning
experience through videos repurposed from an audio interview with a prison
inmate serving a sentence for white-collared crime. In the International Trade
Major, students are required to analyse a case from competing perspectives of
different stakeholder groups. This could include undertaking a welfare analysis or
building a case from the perspective of a marginalised group (e.g. consumer group).
In the Master of Financial Planning and Bachelor of Commerce Financial Planning
major, across several core units, students work through authentic case studies that
require them to critically reflect on various social and ethical considerations.

In general, all the courses offered by the Faculty are structured to incorporate some
relevant environmental and sustainability components. These issues are regarded
as being substantial for the training of the future senior managers. For example,
the MBA and MBA International courses offered by the School are oriented around
the following major themes:
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 Globalisation
 Risk and Sustainability
 Social Responsibility
 Leadership

All the core units in our MBA program include these themes that collectively
characterise the progressive, topical and up to date nature of the course.

Deakin hosts regular public seminars across a range of topics relating to ethics and
CSR. For example, in July 2014 the Gourlay Visiting Professor of Ethics in Business,
Dr Rosamund Thomas, Director of the Centre for Business and Public Sector Ethics,
Cambridge University, spoke on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): CSR: not just
something to put in your latte.

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Principle 3 - Method
   We will create educational frameworks, materials, processes and
   environments that enable effective learning experiences for
   responsible leadership.

The courses in Faculty of Business and Law are structured to integrate issues
relating to sustainable and responsible management, and where possible to
actively involve organisations in developing the student experience. The themes of
responsible and sustainable management practices and ideas are fundamental in
the design of both postgraduate and undergraduate courses. Several exemplary
units or subjects that we would like to highlight in this report are as follows:

MAE322 The Economics of the Environment
This unit introduces the use of economic tools to evaluate environmental issues. It
is designed to develop in students an awareness of the socio-economic issues
relevant to natural resource management. Topics include: the relationship
between the economy and the environment; market failure and environmental
problems; an introduction to Benefit Cost Analysis as a decision making tool;
discussion of methods of valuation of environmental goods and services; the
allocation of renewable resources (catchments and agriculture); the allocation of
common property resources (fisheries) and the economics of biodiversity.

MMP112 Sustainable Construction
The aim of this unit is to introduce students to residential property construction
techniques and the principles of building construction technology, materials and
procedures and the key social, economic and environmental factors affecting
sustainability. Students in this unit are introduced to sustainable building concepts,
being increasingly important in today’s society and a key competency requirement
for property and real estate professionals. The fundamentals of construction
technology, materials and processes are linked to real world examples for
residential developments. In particular, property and real estate professionals
need to understand issues such as depreciation and the principles of building
maintenance in the context of property value.
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MPK704 Sustainable Environmental Marketing
Sustainable Environmental Marketing is designed to give students an integrated
understanding of environmental sustainability issues as they relate to business
management. The unit will provide managers with a conceptual framework for
analysing and developing a strategic response to environmental issues and an
understanding of the potential business case for sustainability. An integrated
overview of human, business and ecological sustainability is presented during the
course. Students will address a series of environmental issues and analyse case
studies. A problem-based learning approach will guide students to examine
critically current business principles and practices as they relate to environmental
sustainability.

MAA350 Professional Ethics and Governance
As a requirement of International Education Standard 4 released by the
International Federation of Accountants, the unit develops students' appreciation
of ethics and their ability to evaluate and apply ethical principles in the decision-
making process in accounting and finance. Topics covered include: the nature of
ethics; ethical factors influencing the performance of financial services; ethical
theories and principles applicable to finance professionals; ethical decision-making
models; ethical issues and conflicts of interest in the financial services industry;
professional codes and workplace ethics; corporate social responsibility; principles
of corporate governance; applying ethical decisions in case scenarios; and
international business practices.

MMM311 Global Citizenship
This unit develops the capacity of the student to become a responsible global
citizen by increasing the student’s awareness and knowledge of key drivers of
change which are likely to impact business and society significantly. The unit
focuses on the critical and objective evaluation of selected global issues facing
mankind, their likely impacts and potential threats and opportunities at the local
community level. The unit takes on a problem-based approach to learning whereby
students are given the opportunity to develop their analytical and ethical skills in
examining major global social, political, economic and environmental issues facing
the world today and the challenges they represent for business and society.
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MPA711 Corporate Governance and Ethics
At the Master’s level Corporate Governance and Ethics considers the environment
for corporate accountability and the role of people within the context of
professional and business ethics. This unit specifically gives an international
perspective on the introduction of competing expectations about the purpose of
organisations and hence raises questions concerning the appropriate responsibility
of their managers. It develops the position that the responsibility of managers for
effective action extends not only to the familiar economic and market
considerations but also to the wider social/public arena. Students learn to analyse,
question critically and perhaps challenge the ethical and moral standards and
priorities that they apply to business and professional behaviour.

MPA911 Corporate Governance and Ethics
This unit considers the environment for corporate accountability and the role of
people within the context of professional and business ethics. This unit specifically
gives an international perspective on the introduction of competing expectations
about the purpose of organisations and raises questions concerning the
appropriate responsibility of managers and directors. It develops the position that
the responsibility of directors and senior managers for effective action extends not
only to the familiar economic and market considerations but also to the wider
social/public arena. Students learn to analyse, critically question and perhaps
challenge the ethical and moral standards and priorities applied to business and
professional behaviour.

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Principle 4 - Research
   We will engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances
   our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of
   corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental
   and economic value

The Faculty strives to instil global social responsibility in staff and students by
encouraging research that is relevant and timely in addressing the various
problems and challenges faced by not only businesses, not-for-profit entities,
government organisations but society in general.

Strategic Research Centre: CSaRO
The Centre for Sustainable and Responsible Organisations (CSaRO) is a research
centre hosted by the Faculty of Business and Law at Deakin University. CSaRO
brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines to better understand and
promote long-term sustainable and responsible organisational behaviour. It is a
key engine room for research on corporate social responsibility and sustainability
within the Faculty.

CSaRO’s main vision is to develop policies, systems and practices that lead to more
sustainable and responsible enterprises through cutting edge, innovative research.
The Centre comprises members who research around three major clusters:

 Environmental Sustainability and Socio-Economic Governance – focusing on
  Environmental Sustainability, Socio-economic impacts and risk management of
  carbon emissions, and cost effectiveness of social investment.
 Responsible Organisational Practices – focusing on SME sustainability, Employee
  well-being and Organisational disclosure
 Ethics and Social Engagement – Ethical and sustainable marketing, Business
  ethics, Corporate social responsibility, and volunteerism.

Currently, some of the key research projects undertaken by CSaRO members
(which are often supported by large competitive grants) include corporate social
responsible practices in emerging economies; carbon risk management; employee
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work well-being; indigenous financial education; small-medium enterprise
sustainability and migrant cultural issues. Some examples are as follows:

Carbon Risk Management: Professors Nava Subramaniam, Barry Cooper and
Graeme Wines have been working on a $240,000 3-year grant from the Australian
Research Council (ARC), in partnership with the Association of Chartered Certified
Accountants – Australia and New Zealand (ACCA) and the Institute of Internal
Auditors - Australia (IIA) studying the risk management practices relating to carbon
emission in Australia. The research team have published two monographs and an
Industry report relating to these studies.

Integrated Mental Health: Professor Andrew Noblet received a 3-year grant for
$229,902 from beyondblue to undertake an integrated mental health promotion
project.

Job Stress prevention: Professor Andrew Noblet received a $300,000 grant over a
3-year period from VicHealth to trial the development of comprehensive job stress
prevention initiatives.

Moving from Supplier to Supplier of choice in Australian Manufacturing
Networks: Veolia Industry Grant (2013-2014) awarded to Professor Michael
Polonsky in collaboration with Dr Samir Gupta (Monash University) and Veolia
Environmental Services.

Corporate Governance
Major research projects include:
 3-year IPA – Deakin SME Research Partnership (2013 – 2015);
 Motivation for implementing Environmental Initiatives and Signing Tallories
  Declaration in the Australian Higher Education Sector;
 Australian Council - Indigenous Arts: Audience Development Project (2014 –
  2015);
 Regional arts Australia - Stats and Stories: Arts Impact in Regional Australia
  (2014 – 2015); and

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 ARC - Risk Management Systems and Implications for Carbon Reporting and
  Reduction - A study of Australian Carbon Intensive Firms (as mentioned above).
Corporate Social Responsibility
Major research projects include:
 Firm Downsizing / Closures, Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder
  Sustainability: Evidence from Charitable Organisations in Geelong; and
 Exploring the Dynamics of Migrant Entrepreneurship in Australia.
Ethical and Sustainable Management Practices
Major research projects include:
 Identifying and addressing the organisational sources of job stress;
 NHMRC - Measuring the effectiveness of comprehensive job stress prevention
  programs (as mentioned above); and
 The Harvest Trail: Employment and workplace health and safety amongst
  international backpackers working in the horticultural sector.
Evaluating CSR Practices in Emerging Countries: CSaRO researchers have been
leading several projects in Indonesia, Philippines and India assessing the
governance and effectiveness of CSR activities in developing economies with
industry funds, including:

 Public Sector Undertakings and CSR in Indian Firms: Understanding Corporate
  Governance and Assurance Quality (ICAA funded);
 Sustainability Practices of Indian Hotel Sector – Dr Ambika Zutshi in
  collaboration with Dr Sapna Narula (TERI University, India);
 Mapping Social Investment, Environment, Activities and Outcomes at Asia Pulp
  and Paper (APP), Indonesia – Indonesian Industry grant in partnership with
  Sustain Group (2013-2014); and
 Environmental Sustainability Orientation: A Study of Small and Micro
  Enterprises (SME’s) in the Philippines - Professor Doren Chadee and Dr Banjo
  Roxas in collaboration with Ateneo de Davao University, Philippines and
  University of South-eastern Philippines.
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Our researchers have published1 many interesting and noteworthy journal
articles, professional reports and book/book chapters including:

 Subramaniam, N., Cooper, B.J., Leung, P., Wines, G. and (2012). Carbon Risk
  Management: A survey of Carbon-Intensive Organisations in Australia. Carbon
  Risk Management Research Monograph 1, Centre for Sustainable and
  Responsible Organisations, Deakin University.

 Subramaniam, N., Cooper, B.J., Leung, P., Wines, G. and Muthuswamy, G.
  (2014). Carbon Risk Management: In an Era of Changing Regulations. Carbon
  Risk Management Research Monograph 2, Centre for Sustainable and
  Responsible Organisations, Deakin University.

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Principle 5 - Partnership
   We will interact with managers of business corporations to extend
   our knowledge of their challenges in meeting social and
   environmental responsibilities and to explore jointly effective
   approaches to meeting these challenges.

SME Conference
In October 2013, a Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) Conference on Regulation,
competition and taxation: Challenges for small business and accountants, was
organised by the Institute of Public Accountants, School of Accounting, Economics
and Finance and the Centre for Sustainable and Responsible Organisations (CSaRO),
Deakin University. The keynote speakers at this conference were Professor Robert
Blackburn (Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Business and Law; Director of the
Small Business Research Centre, Kingston University) and Dr Warren Mundy
(Commissioner of the Productivity Commission).

International Symposium on Corporate Social Responsibility – India
Partnership
Besides working with major corporations, the Faculty of Business and Law has
continued to develop several critical partnerships with other international
universities and related entities.

Following the success of the 2012 International Conference on Sustainable
Development and Governance: Building Commerce and Communities, jointly
organised by Deakin University and Amrita University, a second symposium was
organised and held in December 2013. The second International Symposium on
Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainability, Governance and Effective outcomes
was held over two days at Amrita University in Bangalore, India. This symposium
provided an opportunity for academics to work with senior managers in the area
of CSR and Sustainability including the impact of the Indian Companies' Bill 2013.
In addition to the symposium, a round-table event titled Linking Capital Markets,
Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Impact was held prior to the symposium
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and focused on corporate governance developments in India. It brought together
policy makers, industry specialist, and leading researchers in this area to crystallise
how good corporate governance structures and processes may aid in effective
social investment. The focus was on developing issues in India given that it is the
first nation that has institutionalised CSR expenditure through statutory provisions,
and this translates to several billion dollars in CSR funds that need to be managed
appropriately.

The conference was a huge success and was supported by numerous large Indian
organisations including Tata, Infosys, Birla and SKF, as well as the non-profit sector,
UN Global Compact Network and research institutes such as The Energy Research
Institute (TERI) in India. Based on connections made at this conference, several
CSaRO members are actively pursuing joint research collaborations with TERI and
Amrita University, UN Global compact and Ernst and Young Accounting Firm.

Since 2013, Amrita University has supported the establishment of the Deakin -
Amrita Sustainability and Governance Research Hub. The Research Hub supports
the research of 2-3 HDR students, MBA student projects and other research
projects funded by Amrita University. The research Hub also encourages staff /
student exchange visits, preparation of papers for journal publication and
conference participation. The research hub also has an affiliation with other
organisations within India including TERI University, Indian Institute of CSR and the
Department of Public Enterprises.

Deakin University and DIRI
Our research partnerships with India are fostered through the Deakin India
Research Initiative (DIRI), which operates out of Deakin’s India Office in Delhi. In
2014 Deakin’s India Office celebrated 20 years of operation with its expansion and
renaming as Deakin South Asia, to provide a central pillar for Deakin’s growing
international operations in the South Asia region. Over the past seven years,
Deakin’s research strategy in India focused on bridging the gap between industry
and academia, forming partnerships with some of India’s leading companies and
organisations including Bharat Forge, TATA Steel, India Oil Corporation, The Energy
and Resources Institute (TERI), Biocon India, the Public Health Foundation of India,
the India Institute for Chemical Technologies, Madras Diabetes Research
Foundation, Vision Research Foundation and the Reliance Institute for Life
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Sciences. Additionally, over 20 academic partnerships have been established that
foster research and training. These include Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
Madras, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, National Institute of Technology Suratkal, SASTRA
University, VIT University, Cummins Women’s College of Engineering and Amrita
University.

Jointly funded by TERI and Deakin, the TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre
underwent a $10m expansion in 2014. The new facility is expected to be
operational in 2015 and will have the capacity to accommodate over 100
researchers, including 50 PhD students. Grants from the Australia-India Strategic
Research Fund provided support to hold workshops on Sustainable Agriculture and
Microelectromechanical Systems in Healthcare at Deakin University in 2014. The
funding supported attendance of many leading Indian scientists who joined
Australian researchers addressing these issues of global significance.

The Faculty will further explore research opportunities in this area.

Network for Business Sustainability
In 2014 CSaRO became part of the Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) - a
powerful and growing network of international academic experts and business
leaders. NBS produces authoritative resources on important sustainability issues –
with the goal of shaping management practice and research. It is strongly
supported by Harvard Business School and the Business Ivey School.

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Principle 6 - Dialogue
  We will facilitate and support dialog and debate among educators,
  students, business, government, consumers, media, civil society
  organisations and other interested groups and stakeholders on
  critical issues related to global social responsibility and
  sustainability.

Visiting Academics
The Faculty of Business and Law has a seminar program that invites academics from
within Deakin and from other Universities to participate and present their research
to colleagues and students.

Other notable visitors to the Faculty and CSaRO include:
 Professor Walter Wymer, The University of Lethbridge, Canada and visiting
  Professor at Deakin University sponsored by the Deakin University Thinker in
  Residence Program and the Deakin University Centre for Sustainable and
  Responsible Organizations.
 Dr Wayne Visser, Director of Kaleidoscope Futures and Founder of CSR
  International. During his stay Wayne chaired a PhD student round table and
  held a seminar for academics on “The Principles for Responsible Management
  Education.” Wayne also gave a presentation on “Creating Shared Value:
  Revolution or Clever Con?” at an alumni and industry event.
 Professor Andrew Wicks, Ruffin Professor of Business Administration at the
  Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, gave a presentation on
  Stakeholder theory, value and firm performance.
 Professor Hans Wahl, Director of the Social Entrepreneurship Programme at
  INSEAD, France. The Social Entrepreneurship Programme at INSEAD is one of
  the most highly respected programmes in the field, housed at one of the
  world’s leading business schools.

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Professional Seminar and Alumnus
A Green Marketing Colloquium focusing on Green Marketing’s Potential and
Limitations was held at Deakin in 2014 and was designed to draw together scholars
and research students interested in green and sustainability issues in marketing.
Emphasis was placed on examining how sustainable and green marketing can serve
both business interests and societal interests, integrating alternative stakeholders
within delivery of value.

A half day Non Profit Branding Workshop discussing the role of branding in
developing non-profit activities, was held at Deakin in March 2014. Participants
discussed what brand strength is, its importance, how it is measured, and how it is
increased. This workshop was designed for leaders, board members, marketing
professionals, and communication professionals in all types of non-profit
organizations.

Environmental Sustainability
The first annual Deakin University Sustainability Report was endorsed by the
Executive in June. The report was developed consistent with the Global Reporting
Initiative (GRI) G4 standard which uses globally agreed metrics. In aligning
reporting with the GRI, Deakin is signalling it is serious in its commitment to
sustainability. Deakin monitors its environmental impacts in the following areas:

 carbon and greenhouse gas emissions;
 biodiversity;
 water (including stormwater management);
 waste (including recycling);
 sustainable procurement;
 sustainable transport;
 sustainable built environment;
 education for sustainability; and
 leadership and engagement.

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Publications, Grants and PhD awards
aligned with PRME principals
2015 – Faculty of Business and Law

Chapter
Keneley,M (2015) The service economy, The Cambridge economic history of Australia, pp. 373-394,
Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne, Vic.

Zheng,C (2015) From ancient Chinese sages to modern people management practices, Asian Business
and Management Practices: Trends and Global Considerations, pp. 27-40, IGI Global, Hershey, PA

Refereed journal paper
Costantini,M, Narayan,P, Popp,S and Westerlund,J (2015) Small-sample improved seasonal unit root
tests for trending and breaking series, Communications in statistics: simulation and computation, vol.
44, no. 4, pp. 868-877, Taylor and Francis, London, Eng.

Dimovski,W (2015) The direct costs of A-REIT IPOs, Journal of property investment and finance, vol.
33, no. 2, pp. 196-204, Emerald, Bingley, Eng

Khojastehpour,M , Ferdous,AS and Polonsky,M (2015) Addressing the complexities of managing
domestic and multinational corporate brands,            Corporate communications : an international
journal, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 48-62, Emerald Publishing, Bingley, Eng

Le,H, Polonsky,M and Arambewela,R (2015) Social inclusion through cultural engagement among
ethnic communities,             Journal of hospitality marketing and management, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 375-
400, Taylor & Francis, London, Eng.

Narayan,PK and Sharma,SS (2015) Is carbon emissions trading profitable?, Economic Modelling, vol.
47, pp. 84-92, Elsevier

Narayan,PK, Narayan,S , Popp,S and Ali Ahmed,H (2015) Is the efficient market hypothesis day-of-
the-week dependent? Evidence from the banking sector, Applied economics, vol. 47, no. 23, pp. 2359-
2378, Taylor & Francis, London, Eng.

Phan,DHB, Sharma,SS and Narayan,PK (2015) Oil price and stock returns of consumers and producers
of crude oil, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, vol. 34, pp. 245-262,
Elsevier, Amsterdam , Netherlands

Subramaniam, Nava, Wahyuni, Dina , Cooper, Barry J., Leung, Philomena and Wines, Graeme (2015)
Integration of carbon risks and opportunities in enterprise risk management systems: evidence from

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Australian firms, Journal of cleaner production, vol. 96, pp. 407-417, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The
Netherlands

Vocino,A, Polonsky,M and Dolnicar,S (2015) Segmenting Australian online panellists based on
volunteering motivations,            Asia Pacific journal of marketing and logistics, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 4-20,
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, U. K.

Wallace,M , Byrne,C , Vocino,A, Sloan,T , Pervan,S and Blackman,D (2015) A decade of change in
Australia’s DBA landscape,            Education + training, vol. 57, no. 1, pp. 31-47, Emerald Group
Publishing, Bingley, England

Westerlund,J, Norkute,M and Narayan,PK (2015) A factor analytical approach to the efficient futures
market hypothesis, Journal of futures markets, pp. 1-14, Wiley Periodicals, Hoboken, NJ

Research report / working paper / technical paper
Salzman,S, McClaren,N, Dimovski,B, McElvaney,J, Wood,G and Cooper,B (2015) Geelong region
survey of business trends 2014, Deakin University, Geelong

Authored research book
Rentschler,R (2015) Arts governance: people, passion, performance, Routledge, Abingdon, England

2014 – Faculty of Business and Law

Revision or new edition of book
De Koker, Louis (2014) South African money laundering and terror financing law, Lexis Nexis, Durban,
South Africa

Rees, Neil, Rice, Simon and Allen, Dominique (2014) Australian anti-discrimination law, Federation
Press, Annandale, NSW

Chapter
Azmat, Fara (2014) Exploring the potentials of social entrepreneurship in developing countries, in
Fukukawa, Kyoko (eds), Corporate social responsibility and local community in Asia, pp. 98-110,
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, England

Azmat, Fara, Rentschler, Ruth and Fujimoto, Yuka (2014) Walk through the doors. Be our guest: how
important are partnerships to enable multicultural groups to attend arts events?, in O'Reilly, Daragh;
Rentschler, Ruth and Kirchner, Theresa (eds), Routledge companion to arts marketing, pp. 132-141,
Routledge, Abingdon, Eng.

Azmat,F (2014) Migrant women entrepreneurs : exploring the barriers, in Kelly,L (eds),
Entrepreneurial women : New management and leadership models [2 volumes], pp. 199-217, ABC-
CLIO, Santa Barbara, Calif

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Muttakin, Mohammad, Khan, Arifur and Subramaniam, Nava (2014) Do families shape corporate
board structure in emerging economies?, in Boubaker, Sabri and Nguyen, Duc Khuong (eds),
Corporate governance in emerging markets, pp. 109-131, Springer, Berlin, Germany

Wickramasinghe, Nilmini, Kent, Bridie, Moghimi, Fatemeh Hoda,Stien, Malte, Nguyen,Lemai, de Koker,
Louis and Symington, John (2014) Conservative corporate compliance: reflections on a study of
compliance responses by South African banks, in Wardrop, Ann (eds), Banking and finance:
perspectives on law and regulation, pp. 228-254, The Federation Press, Leichhardt, N.S.W.

Refereed journal paper

Arouri, Houda , Muttakin, Mohammad Badrul, Hossain, Mohammed and Al Farooque, Omar (2014) On
the relation between internal corporate governance and bank risk taking: evidence from Gulf
Cooperative Council countries, Academy of Taiwan business management review, vol. 10, no. 1, pp.
91-100, Taiwan Institute of Business Administration, Taiwan, Republic of China

Azad, Sohel ASM, Azmat, Saad, Fang, Victor and Edirisuriya, Piyadasa (2014) Unchecked
manipulations, price–volume relationship and market efficiency: evidence from emerging markets,
Research in international business and finance, vol. 30, pp. 51-71, Elsevier, Philadelphia, USA

Dellaportas, Steven, Kanapathippillai, Sutharson, Khan, Arifur and Leung, Philomena (2014) Ethics
education in the Australian accounting curriculum : a longitudinal study examining barriers and
enablers, Accounting education, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 362-382, Routledge, Abingdon, Eng.

Dimovski, Bill, Lombardi, Luisa, Ratcliffe, Chris and Cooper, Barry J. (2014) Women directors and
Australian REIT performance, Pacific rim property research journal, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 3-11, Pacific
Rim Real Estate Society, Sydney, NSW

Kansal,M and Joshi,M (2014) Perceptions of investors and stockbrokers on corporate social
responsibility: a stakeholder perspective from India, Knowledge and process management, vol. 21,
no. 3, pp. 167-176, Wiley, London, Eng.

Kansal, Monika Joshi, Mahesh and Batra, Gurdip Singh (2014) Determinants of corporate social
responsibility disclosures : evidence from India, Advances in accounting, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 217-229,
Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Watty, Kim, Freeman, Mark, Howieson, Bryan, Hancock, Phil, O'Connell, Brendan, De Lange, Paul and
Abraham, Anne (2014) Social moderation, assessment and assuring standards for accounting
graduates, Assessment & evaluation in higher education, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 461-478, Taylor & Francis,
Abingdon, England

Watty,K, Sugahara,S, Abayadeera,N, Perera,L and McKay,J (2014) Towards a global model of
accounting education, Accounting research journal, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 286-300, Emerald Group
Publishing Ltd., Bingley, U. K.

Westerlund,J and Narayan,P (2014) Panel versus GARCH information in unit root testing with an
application to financial markets, Economic modelling, vol. 41, pp. 173-176, Elsevier BV, Amsterdam,
The Netherlands

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Craig, Annemieke (2014) Australian interventions for women in computing: are we evaluating?,
Australasian journal of information systems, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 91-110, University of Canberra,
Canberra, A. C. T.

Parker, Craig M., Bellucci, Emilia, Torlina, Luba, Fraunholz, Bardo and Zutshi, Ambika (2014)
Conceptualising how SMEs incorporate green content in their websites, Australasian journal of
information systems, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 137-160, Australasian Association for Information Systems,
Canberra, A. C. T.

Redmond, J, Walker, E A, Parker, C M and Simpson, M (2014) Australian SMEs waste to landfill,
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 297-310, Taylor & Francis,
Abingdon, England

Bagust, Joanne (2014) The culture of bullying in Australian corporate law firms, Legal ethics, vol. 17,
no. 2, pp. 177-201, Hart Publishing, Portland, Or.

Clarke,M, Feeny,S and Donnelly,J (2014) Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions in the pacific:
Defining, assessing and improving ‘sustainability’, European Journal of Development Research, vol.
26, no. 5, pp. 692-706, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, England

De Koker,L and Symington,J (2014) Conservative corporate compliance: Reflections on a study of
compliance responses by South African banks, Law in context, vol. 30, pp. 228-254, Federation Press,
Annandale, N.S.W.

du Plessis, Jean, O'Sullivan, James and Rentschler, Ruth (2014) Multiple layers of gender diversity on
corporate boards: to force or not to force?, Deakin law review, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 1-50, Deakin
University, Melbourne, Vic.

Morss, J R (2014) Governance, representation and the ‘monstrous regiment’: is the collective
feminine?,Deakin law review, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 163-186, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic

Anagnostopoulos, Christos, Byers, Terri and Shilbury, David (2014) Corporate social responsibility in
professional team sport organisations : towards a theory of decision-making, European sport
management quarterly, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 259-281, Routledge, Abingdon, England

Callaghan, Michael and Wood, Greg (2014) The engagement with business ethics: an Australian
journey 1995-2010, European business review, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 286-304, Emerald Group
Publishing, Bingley, England

Lahiri-Roy, Reshmi and Roy, Achinto (2014) Uneasy alliances: Traditional dynamics in women's
relationships in urban Hindu society (1910-2010), International journal of interdisciplinary civic and
political studies, vol. 8, no. 3-4, pp. 1-14, Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Ill.

Le, Huong (2014) Vietnamese higher education in the context of globalisation: a question of
qualitative or quantitative targets, International education journal : comparative perspectives, vol. 13,
no. 1, pp. 17-29, ANZCIES, Bedford Park, S.Aust

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Pfahl, Michael, Casper, Jonathan, Trendafilova, Sylvia, McCullough, Brian P and Nguyen, Sheila N
(2014) Crossing boundaries: An examination of sustainability department and athletics department
collaboration regarding environmental issues, Communication and sport, pp. 1-30, Sage Publications,
Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Polonsky, Michael, Kilbourne, William and Vocino, Andrea (2014) Relationship between the dominant
social paradigm, materialism and environmental behaviours in four Asian economies, European journal
of marketing, vol. 48, no. 3/4, pp. 522-551, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, England

Polonsky, Michael Jay, Vocino, Andrea, Grimmer, Martin and Miles, Morgan P. (2014) The
interrelationship between temporal and environmental orientation and pro-environmental consumer
behaviour, International journal of consumer studies, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 612-619, Wiley-Blackwell
Publishing, Chichester, England

Ellershaw, Julia, Steane, Peter, McWilliams, John and Dufour, Yvon (2014) Promises in psychological
contract drive commitment for clinicians, Clinical governance, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 153-165, Emerald
Group Publishing, Bingley, England

Oliver,J, Qu,W and Wise,V (2014) Corporate Governance: A Discussion on Minority Shareholder
Protection in China, International Journal of Economics and Finance, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 111-119,
Canadian Center of Science and Education, Toronto, Ont.

Zhang, Mingqiong, Fan, David Di and Zhu, Cherrie Jiuhua (2014) High-performance work systems,
corporate social performance and employee outcomes: exploring the missing links, Journal of Business
Ethics, vol. 120, no. 3, pp. 423-435, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Letter or note

Morss,JR (2014) Resources for a future: towards an articulation of global governance (Essay review),
Melbourne journal of international law, vol. 15, pp. 580-593, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Vic.

2013 Faculty of Business and Law

Other authored book

Ebejer, Marlene (2013) Legal practice and ethics, Lexis Nexis Butterworths, Chatswood, NSW

Chapter

Craig, Annemieke, Coldwell, Jo, Fisher, Julie and Lang, Catherine (2013) The silicon ceiling: women
managers and leaders in ICT in Australia, in Paludi, Michele A. (eds), Women and management: global
issues and promising solutions, pp. 177-200, Praeger, Santa Barbara, Calif.

Allan, Sonia (2013) Screening applicants for assisted reproduction: complexities and issues, in Priaulx,
Nicky and Wrigley, Anthony (eds), Ethics, law and society, pp. 257-276, Ashgate Publishing, Farnham,
England

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Ross, Jane, Ross, Jack and Creed, Andrew (2013) Corporate ethics and values : guiding business out
of the maelstrom, in Gonzalez-Perez, Maria-Alejandr and Leonard, Liam (eds), Principles and
strategies to balance ethical, social and environmental concerns with corporate requirements, pp. 223-
243, Emerald, Bingley, England

Book chapter in other published book

Parker, Craig, Fraunholz, Bardo, Zutshi, Ambika and Crofts, Merete (2013) A method for examining
SME descriptions of environmental sustainability online, in Ordonez de Pablos, Patricia (eds), Green
technologies and business practices: an IT approach, pp. 15-35, IGI Global, Hershey, Pa.

Refereed journal paper

Askarov, Zohid and Doucouliagos, Hristos (2013) Does aid improve democracy and governance? A
meta-regression analysis, Public Choice, vol. 157, no. 3-4, pp. 601-628, Springer, New York, NY

Chan, Howard W. H., Lu, Yufei and Zhang, Hong F. (2013) The effect of financial constraints,
investment policy, product market competition and corporate governance on the value of cash
holdings, Accounting and finance, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 339-366, Wiley - Blackwell Publishing Asia,
Richmond, Vic.

Chan, Howard, Faff, Robert, Khan, Arifur and Mather, Paul (2013) Exploring the moderating role of
growth options on the relation between board characteristics and management earnings forecasts,
Corporate governance, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 314-333, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, West Sussex, England

Dimovski, William, Lombardi, Luisa and Cooper, Barry (2013) Women directors on boards of
Australian Real Estate Investment Trusts, Journal of property investment and finance, vol. 31, no. 2,
pp. 196-207, Emerald, Bingley, England

Khan, Arifur, Muttakin, Mohammad Badrul and Siddiqui, Javed (2013) Corporate governance and
corporate social responsibility disclosures : evidence from an emerging economy, Journal of business
ethics, vol. 114, no. 2, pp. 207-223, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Pan, Lee-Hsien, Lin, Chien-Ting and Yang, Pei-Chi (2013) Corporate governance, growth
opportunities, and the choices of cross-listings: the case of Chinese ADRs, Pacific-Basin finance
journal, vol. 24, pp. 221-234, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Subramaniam, Nava, McManus, Lisa and Cameron, Robyn (2013) Using a web-based, longitudinal
approach for teaching accounting ethics education, Journal of business ethics education, vol. 10, pp.
143-168, Neilson Journals Publishing, Edinburgh, Scotland

Subramaniam, Nava, Stewart, Jenny, Ng, Chew and Shulman, Art (2013) Understanding corporate
governance in the Australian public sector: a social capital approach, Accounting, auditing and
accountability journal, vol. 26, no. 6, pp. 946-977, Emerald, Bingley, England

Watty, Kim, Sugahara, Satoshi, Abayadeera, Nadana and Perera, Luckmika (2013) Developing a
global model of accounting education and examining IES compliance in Australia, Japan, and Sri

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Lanka, Accounting education: an international journal, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 502-506, Taylor & Francis,
Abingdon, England

Loiacono, Eleanor T., Urquhart, Cathy, Beath, Cynthia, Craig, Annemieke, Thatcher, Jason, Vogel,
Douglas R. and Zigurs, IIze (2013) Thirty Years and Counting: Do We Still Need the ICIS Women’s
Breakfast?, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, vol. 33, no. 6, pp. 81-96,
Association for Information Systems, Atlanta, Ga.

Godden, Lee, Rochford, Francine, Peel, Jacqueline, Caripis, Lisa and Carter, Rachel (2013) Law,
governance and risk: deconstructing the public-private divide in climate change adaptation, University
of New South Wales law journal, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 224-255, University of New South Wales, Faculty
of Law, Sydney, N.S.W.

Anagnostopoulos,Christos and Shilbury, David (2013) Implementing corporate social responsibility in
English football: towards multi-theoretical integration, Sport, business and management: an
international journal, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 268-284, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, England

Asif, Muhammad, Searcy, Cory, Zutshi, Ambika and Fisscher, Olaf A. M. (2013) An integrated
management systems approach to corporate social responsibility, Journal of cleaner production, vol.
56, pp. 7-17, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Azmat, Fara (2013) Opportunities or obstacles? understanding the challenges faced by migrant
women entrepreneurs, International journal of gender and entrepreneurship, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 198-
215, Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, England

Azmat, Fara and Samaratunge, Ramanie (2013) Exploring customer loyalty at bottom of the pyramid
in South Asia, Social responsibility journal, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 379-394, Emerald Group Publishing,
Bingley, England

Azmat, Fara and Ha, Huong (2013) Corporate social responsibility, customer trust, and loyalty -
perspectives from a developing country, Thunderbird international business review, vol. 55, no. 3, pp.
253-270, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N. J.

McElvaney, E. John and McElvaney, Michael P. (2013) Environmental sustainability awareness and
academic curriculum improvements: the case of a business and law faculty in an Australian university,
World review of business research, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 179-190, World Business Institute, Melbourne,
Vic.

Warren-Myers, Georgia (2013) Real estate valuation and valuing sustainability: a case study of
Australia,Pacific rim property research journal, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 81-100, PRRES, Adelaide, S. A.

Warren-Myers, Georgia (2013) Is the valuer the barrier to identifying the value of sustainability?,
Journal of property investment and finance, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 345-359, Emerald Group Publishing,
Bingley, England

Wray-Bliss, Edward (2013) A crisis of leadership : towards an anti-sovereign ethics of organisation,
Business ethics, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 86-101, Wiley - Blackwell Publishing, Chichester, England

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Stubbs, Wendy, Higgins, Colin and Milne, Marcus (2013) Why do companies not produce sustainability
reports?, Business strategy and the environment, vol. 22, no. 7, pp. 456-470, Wiley-Blackwell,
Chichester, England

Kepore, Kevin, Higgins, Colin and Goddard, Robert (2013) What do indigenous communities think of
the CSR practices of mining companies?, Journal of business systems, governance and ethics, vol. 8,
no. 1, pp. 34-50, Faculty of Business and Law, Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic.

Fisher, Julie, Lang, Catherine and Craig, Annemieke (2013) Women in the IT workplace: learnings for
managers, in Unknown (ed.), ECIS 2013: Proceedings of the 2013 Information Systems European
Conference, pp. 1-12, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Jailani, Junaidah, Reed, Richard, Warren-Myers, Georgia and James, Kimberley (2013) Form versus
function: a study into interactive learning process affecting the implementation of sustainability in
commercial buildings, in Unknown (ed.), PRRES 2013 : Proceedings of the Pacific Rim Real Estate
Society 2013 annual conference, pp. 1-22, Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, Sandy Bay, Tasmania

Zhai, Xiaolin, Reed, Richard and Mills, Anthony (2013) Increasing the level of sustainability via off-site
production: a study of the residential construction sector in China, in Unknown (ed.), PRRES 2013:
Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, pp. 1-13, Pacific
Rim Real Estate Society (PPRES), Melbourne, Vic.

Grants and Consultancies; Grants with funding during 2013; Research Income - National
Competitive Grants

Subramaniam, N, Collier, P, Cooper, B, Ferguson, C, Leung, P and Wines, G. Risk Management
Systems and Implications for Carbon Reporting and Reduction - A study of Australian Carbon
Intensive Firms, ARC Collaborative - Linkage - Projects (Round 1), ARC Collaborative - Linkage -
Projects (Round 1), ARC_DUAPAI ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry,
ARC_DUAPAI ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry (2013: $142,404; 2012:
$126,580; 2011: $121,890)

Polonsky, M, Renzaho, A, Jones, S and Smith, G. Developing culturally relevant social marketing
interventions to increase blood donation amongst migrant communities: The case of African migrants,
ARC Collaborative - Linkage - Projects (Round 2) (2013: $105,725; 2012: $47,735)

Ng, C, Stewart, J, Shulman, A and Subramaniam, N. Strengthening Corporate Governance Behaviour
in the Public Sector; Evaluating the benefits of a Knowledge Systems approach - 03/12/0837, ARC
Collaborative - Linkage - Projects (Round 1, APAI, APDI) (2013: $9,091; 2009: $10,000)

Jackling, B, Weller, S, De Lange, P, Wines, G and Falconbridge, J. How Migration Reshapes Labour
Markets: A Study of Professional Service Firms, ARC Collaborative - Linkage - Projects (Round 2)
(2013: $5,085; 2012: $5,085)

Research Income - Other Public Sector Funding

Nagy, J and Devlin, M. Sustainable leadership of teaching and learning initiatives: Lessons from the
Promoting Excellence initiative (2013: $-6,261; 2012: $-11,900)
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