Centre for Contemporary Australasian Business and Economics Studies

Centre for Contemporary Australasian Business and Economics Studies

The Centre for Contemporary Australasian Business and Economics Studies (CCABES) fosters the development and promotion of collaborative research in contemporary Australasian business and economics among countries at different stages of economic development. Our researchers have strong international profiles. Our research is innovative, of high quality research and has broad academic, business and policy impact. 

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Established in 2017, the Centre for Contemporary Australasian Business and Economics Studies (CCABES) is a focal point for researchers of Australasian business and economic developments among staff in the Faculty of Business. The Centre’s focuses on inter-disciplinary research.

Our Vision

To be a Centre of excellence for collaborative research on contemporary Australasian business and economics.


Our Mission

To develop, promote and encourage research excellence through collaborative research and activities on contemporary Australasian business and economics. To further the Faculty’s international research profile and standing through innovative and high quality research which has broad academic, business and policy impact.

Our Research

CCABES is conducting research into:

  • Asian capital markets, finance and disclosure
  • Competition policy and regulation
  • Social change/responsibility and accountability
  • Entrepreneurship, SMEs, innovation and growth
  • Cross border trade, production and regional integration
  • Economic development issues – inequality, poverty and inclusion

CCABES Members

Associate Members

Strategic Associate Partners

HDR Members

  • Guna Bhatta
  • Sheetal Deo
  • David Havyatt
  • Ruichen Ma
  • Theseem Muhammadu Theseem
  • Trang Vu
  • Gusti Wardhani

Email: sandy_suardi@uow.edu.au

Telephone: +61 02 4221 5525

Special issue: Studies in Economics and Finance

Dr Bin Liu (UOW) and Honorary Professor On Kit Tam (RMIT) are running a special issue of Studies in Economics and Finance (ABDC B-ranked journal). They aim to publish selected papers in several finance research areas including, but are not limited to, portfolio management, banking, mutual funds, green finance and FinTech. The submission is open until 28 February 2022.

Call for papers: The Future of Financial and Investment Management

 

Early career researchers and supervised research students who have relevant papers in the noted finance research areas are welcome to submit to this special issue. Any members of academic networks that would benefit from this opportunity are also encouraged to submit.

Clusters of Research

Cluster 1: Finance and financial markets in the Australasian region

  • Asset pricing in the Asia-Pacific Region
  • Corporate finance, earnings management
  • Empirical corporate finance
  • Capital markets

Cluster 2A: SMEs, entrepreneurship, firm performance and regional development

  • Family business workers, microfinance and SMEs
  • Economic growth, regional development
  • Innovation as an economic activity
  • Regional development
  • Trade integration and performance

Cluster 2B: Institutions, Innovation and Growth

  • Macroeconomic and public policy
  • Innovation, R&D investment and spillovers
  • Economic impacts of artificial intelligence and automation
  • Institutions and growth

Cluster 3: Building sustainable and resilient communities, addressing community vulnerabilities and poverty

  • Social/policy impacts of accounting

Cluster 4A: Trade logistics, economic diversification and economic geography

  • Landlockedness
  • Economic integration
  • Trade and climate change

Cluster 4B: Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development

  • Energy – economics, policy and management
  • Environment- economics, policy and management
  • Green growth and green finance
  • Tourism and sustainability

Become a member of CCABES

Join our centre as a full member, associate member or as a research student by letting us know about your research interests and work.

Apply for membership

CCABES RESEARCHERS IN FOCUS

 

Associate Professor Thanh Le is:

  • leader of CCABES Cluster 2B: Institutions, Innovation and Growth
  • a member of CCABES Cluster 4A: Trade logistics, economic diversification and economic geography.

 

Dr Marco Antonio Amaral Feris is a member of: 

  • CCABES Cluster 4A: Trade logistics, economic diversification and economic geography

 

Dr David Tan is a member of: 

  • CCABES Cluster 3: Building sustainable and resilient communities, addressing community vulnerabilities and poverty
  • CCABES Cluster 4A: Trade logistics, economic diversification and economic geography.