Departments and research centres
Monash Business School comprises of seven departments, four cross-disciplinary major research centres and one group:
The Department of Accounting has a long tradition of conducting world-class academic research. In the ERA research rankings, the department scored the maximum of 5, placing it well above world standard.
The Department of Business Law and Taxation undertakes rigorous research of international and domestic importance.
Since the 1970s, the term "Monash Economics" has been widely used to describe the liveliness and rigour inherent in our activities. We have demonstrated a strong track-record of excellence over the last 40 years.
Research by scholars in the Department of Management is published in leading national and international journals. The department constantly reinforces the links between research, teaching and practice.
The Department of Marketing is a research-intensive department that has produced many papers in leading refereed journal. Academic staff in the department hold positions on a number of boards and have expertise in range of research methodologies and approaches.
The Leadership and Executive Education (LEE) group supports the development and delivery of high-quality flagship initiatives, including MBA programs and a range of customised and open executive education programs.
Drawing on expertise from academia, industry and government, the Centre promotes thought leadership in the financial sector, facilitating industry-relevant, rigorous research and independent commentary.
The Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability produces high-quality research on economics and social problems in the developing world, as well as the environment and sustainability in a more general sense.
The Centre for Global Business (CGB) is a newly established multidisciplinary research centre. CBG aims to become a leading centre of research, studying the challenges, practices and potential of doing business in an increasingly globalised marketplace.
The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) has been at the forefront of health economics research and teaching for more than two decades. It is one of the largest concentrations of senior health economists in Australia. As such, CHE has a strong track record in health economics research, teaching and community service.