Our researchers are delivering insights on workplace management and the policy and practice that influence corporate governance and performance.
Say on pay: how UK companies are using language to win shareholder votes
Researchers at the Melbourne Centre for Corporate Governance and Regulation have found that the executive remuneration reports of companies in…
Top job: appointing CEOs with social capital
Appointing a new CEO is one of the most important decisions a corporate board makes. But it is not always…
Office politics: what difference do CFO social ties make to financial restatements?
A team of researchers are working to determine how a chief financial officer's social ties impacts the likelihood of financial…
In the boardroom: board structure after PIPE deals
This research project explores the role that incumbent venture capitalists play in board composition following a private investment in public…
The new normal: how does corporate bond trading impact on corporate policy?
As the world transitions to a 'new normal' after the global financial crisis, researchers at the Faculty of Business and…
Risky business: how should organisations manage chemicals?
Industrial chemicals play a vital role in the Australian economy, generating $30 billion a year. But, these chemicals also pose…
Is it more than just a number? Understanding age in the workplace
Many Australian organisations are failing to effectively manage older workers, prompting researchers at the University of Melbourne to set out…
Luck or effort: understanding the impact of attribution bias in leadership
For this project, researchers are investigating how leaders are evaluated when making decisions in the face of uncertainty.