Research takes centre-stage at the School of Business. The School has an excellent research infrastructure coupled with a stimulating research culture driven by committed researchers, supported by a team of dedicated administrators.
Researchers in the School regularly publish papers in international journals and present their work at major national and international conferences. Some of the researchers are members on editorial boards of leading international journals. The School regularly organises seminars, workshops and international conferences.
Research Impact Area
The research impact areas are as follows:
- Money Laundering and Informal Banking
- Earning Management, Policy Choice and Voluntary Disclosure
- Productivity of Commercial Banks
- Electronic Banking
- Corporate Governance and Financial Deepening
- Tax Compliance
- Distributive Effects of Goods and Services Tax
- International Trade Law
- Corporate Governance
- Minority Shareholder Protection
- Banking and Economic Growth
- Development Economics in East Asia
- International Trade Finance
- Monetary Integration
- Productivity and Technical Change
- Strategy Implementation and Internal Marketing
- Business Governance and Ethics
- Performance Measurement
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Marketing in Emerging Economics
- Consumer Behaviour
- Business to Business Marketing
- Relationship and Network Marketing
- Customer Relationship Management
- Internationalization of SMEs
- Internet Banking Security and Privacy Research
- Virtual Communities and Social Network Research
- Consumer Neuroscience
However, research activities are not limited to the research areas shown above. For additional information on research areas of our staff, please click here.
The School of Business also hosts two research platforms, whereby its researchers focuses upon the research priority areas for Monash University Malaysia:-
Monash Halal Ecosystem
An initiative of our School of Business, the Monash Halal Ecosystem is a dynamic system, embedded in a network of businesses, institutions, government agencies and non-government organisations. This focused program examines ways to incorporate Islamic and halal thinking into a broad range of macro business issues of pressing national, regional and global importance.
Through the Monash Halal Ecosystem Model, lead researcher Professor Pervaiz Ahmed and his team have embarked on several projects, including understanding the meaning and significance of halal for Muslim and non-Muslim consumers, identifying behavioural patterns in different halal market segments and researching into molecular and chemical methods for halal food provenance.
Find out more about the Monash Halal Ecosystem.
Social & Economic Transformation in Asia
Social & Economic Transformation in Asia (SETA) is a multi-disciplinary platform that fosters cuttingedge research, meaningful dialogues and innovative educational endeavours on key issues that ensure sustainable development in the region. Through these varied engagements, SETA provide scholars and public intellectuals a vibrant forum to study and reflect on the changing face of Asia. This creates opportunities for industrial and economic development and poses challenges for governments. Included are: competition for resources and associated territorial disputes, broad wealth distributions, and pollution.
Find out more about Social & Economic Transformation in Asia.