Domestic Visiting Scholars

Domestic Visiting Scholars 2017

  • Dr Alberto Motta (Associate Professor, UNSW)

    Alberto Motta is an Associate Professor of Economics at UNSW Australia. He studied at Boston University and University of Padua where he received his PhD in economics. Alberto’s research focuses on developing theoretical models and applying econometric methods to study the types and features of organizational design that are most effective. His current work focuses on designing and evaluating organizational solutions for microfinance institutions, for-profit and not-for profit firms, enforcement agencies and media outlets. Alberto together with Associate Professor Isabella Dobrescu are the co-creators of UniPlay, a novel, research-driven approach to education.

  • Dr Denise Jackson (Associate Professor, School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University)

    Denise Jackson is an Associate Professor and the Coordinator of Work-Integrated Learning programs in the School of Business and Law at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia. She is the State Chair (Western Australia) for the Australian Collaborative Education Network, the peak body for WIL in Australia, and sits on the ACEN National Board of Directors. Her research interests include graduate employment and underemployment, the transition from university to the workplace, career development learning, graduate employability and work-integrated learning.