- Alison WelshUnavailable to supervise research students
Alison Welsh is currently a Research Fellow conducting research and data analysis on various projects in health economics (particularly on adolescent health), labour economics and energy economics.
- Heath Economics
- Labour economics
- Adolescent health
- Hans WesterbeekAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Hans Westerbeek is Professor of International Sport Business and Head of the Sport Business Insights Group. His research expertise is in international marketing, strategic management, and sport business insights and analytics working for more than 50 (inter)national sport organisations including FIFA, the Dutch Olympic Committee, Al Jazira Club, Cricket Australia and for several O.S. governments.
- International sport business
- strategic management
- Strategic marketing
- Sport business insights
- Julie WhiteAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Julie has expertise in several aspects of education. Prior to working in teacher education at The University of Melbourne and La Trobe University, she worked as a teacher. Her current work in ISILC at VU is research-focused and she leads two externally funded projects with researchers from three universities.
- Inclusive Education
- Research methodology
- Education for social justice
- Youth justice and education
- Leanne WhiteAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Dr Leanne White has been teaching at universities for more than 30 years. She rejoined Victoria University 15 years ago and was at Monash University for 10 years previously. Leanne has taught at universities in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Bangladesh and Myanmar. She heads up VU's postgraduate Marketing program and supervises 10 doctoral students. Leanne enjoys gardening and cruising.
- Commercial nationalism
- National identity
- Destination marketing
- Cultural tourism
- Popular culture
- Guneratne WickremasingheSupervisor availability unknown
- accounting education in developing countries
- audit pricing
- Behavioural finance
- capital budgeting in developing countries
- Efficiency of emerging stock markets
- exchange rate pass-through to import and export prices
- financial development and economic growth
- financial reporting in developing countries
- International parity conditions
- IPO performance in emerging stock markets
- performance technical trading rules
- public sector financial management
- tests of efficiency
- value relevance of financial and non-financial information
- volatility and integration of emerging stock markets
- Jacqueline WilliamsAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Jacqueline Williams' research interests include understanding the basis and impact of motor skill impairment, particularly in children, and how the brain is activated during simulated movement, or motor imagery. She is particularly interested in studying developmental coordination disorder and cerebral palsy.
- Motor skill impairment in children & adults
- Developmental coordination disorder
- Motor control
- Motor imagery and action observation
- Elisabeth Wilson-EveredAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Elisabeth Wilson-Evered is an Honorary Professor at the Institute for Health and Sport at Victoria University. Her expertise is in areas of leadership, integrity, innovation, individual-team-organisational capability, technology adoption, health services research such process evaluation in randomised control trials and interventions for complex systems.
- Leadership and innovation
- Leading technology adoption
- Leadership integrity in sport
- Ethical leadership
- Leading teams in healthcare and sport
- Maxwell WinchesterUnavailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Maxwell has many years of academic teaching experience globally, having held permanent faculty positions in Australia, Canada and the UK. In addition to these he has been an adjunct lecturer in China, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Kuwait, France, Denmark, Germany, Austria and Mexico.
- Consumer behaviour
- Integrated marketing communication
- Learning and teaching
- Glyn WittwerAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Professor Glyn Wittwer is a regional CGE modelling expert with extensive experience in modelling the economy-wide aspects of water allocation scenarios, as well as expertise in global wine and other alcoholic beverages modelling and CGE analysis of infrastructure projects.
- Computable General Equilibrium
- Regional modelling
- wine economics