Impact Acceleration Grant Scheme (IAGS)
Our ground-breaking research is helping organisations and industries tackle today's complex economic, legal and business problems.
Learn about our researchers' compelling work, which is finding solutions to real-life, shifting economic and societal challenges.
With around 420,000 people dying every year from food poisoning, food safety among the sprawling, unregulated street vendor sector in developing countries is a major problem. And Monash Business School’s Dr Denni Tommasi has spent eight years tackling it.
Associate Professor Dominique Allen, Director of the Labour, Equality and Human Rights research group in the Department of Business Law & Taxation, has identified a key flaw within Australian anti-discrimination laws - that it’s largely left to often-traumatised individuals to fight their own battles for justice. And now her research is helping fuel reforms.
With the pandemic continuing to wreak economic havoc in many ways including sudden shutdowns, multiple central banks are starting to use a unique statistical model co-developed by our Department of Econometrics & Business Statistics senior research fellow Dr Benjamin Wong.
A groundbreaking new way of measuring and accrediting the intrinsic value of member-owned businesses, devised by Monash Business School Accounting researchers Matthew Hall and Paul Thambar, is putting cooperatives and mutuals back in the limelight.
See how we are working with partners to bring our research
to life and implement lasting, systemic change for the better.
Monash Business School is helping co-operatives and mutuals prove how they deliver crucial social and economic value to their members, by working closely with the Business Council for Co-operatives and Mutuals to develop a unique tool that measures the intrinsic 'bonus effect'.
This Monash Business School-based collaborative research project is helping make food vendors' livelihoods more secure, and creating a safer consumer experience, in India's huge, unregulated street food sector.