The Department of Business Law and Taxation, Monash Business School, invites academics and Higher Degree Research (HDR) students to spend a period of time based in our Department for the purposes of research collaboration and to create opportunities for mutual academic development.
Professor Emanuele Menegatti
Department of Sociology and Business Law
University of Bologna
Ms Tran Thi Thanh Huyen
NH Quang & Associates
Dr Catrina Denvir
Dr Nigel Balmer
University College London
Associate Professor Qiao Liu
University of Queensland
Professor Larry Catá Backer
Penn State University
Professor Dan Rosen
Chuo University Law School
Associate Professor Andrew Hutchison
University of Cape Town
Professor Ellie Chapple
Queensland University of Technology
Dr Na Li
East China University of Political Science and Law
Professor Paul Redmond
University of New South Wales
While at Monash University, Visiting Academics are generally provided with access to a computer and library facilities, depending on availability. Campus location (Clayton or Caulfield) and use of an office will also depend on availability.
Ordinarily applicants should cover their own costs associated with their visit, but in limited circumstances funding of up to AUD 2000 may be awarded on a competitive basis. It is desirable for applications to be received as far ahead as possible to facilitate budgeting.
Applications for visitors will be assessed using the following criteria
- The applicant needs to have identified a suitable member of staff who has agreed to act as a mentor and/or "host" during the applicant's visit;
- The degree to which the applicant has research and/or teaching interests and expertise that correspond with those in the Department of Business Law and Taxation;
- The applicant’s planned participation in academic life in the Department of Business Law and Taxation, which may include presenting research seminar(s), guest lecture(s) and/or other activities;
- The current and/or potential for future research collaboration with staff and/or HDR students in the Department of Business Law and Taxation.