On behalf of our members, the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) co-ordinates national projects, advocates on national issues and partners with key stakeholders, with interests in influencing policy and practice in business education and research at Australian universities. Below are ebooks, opinion pieces, recent submissions, media releases, project reports and papers.
ABDC announces the recommendations to be applied to next year’s review of the ABDC Journal Quality List
Federal Education Minister Tehan's ARC grants proposal should make taxpayers more, rather than less, concerned about the future of Australian research
63% of ABDC members participated in the survey.
The Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) joins peak academic bodies in expressing strong concern over revelations that former Federal Education Minister Birmingham vetoed 11 applications, which the Australian Research Council had recommended for funding in 2017.
Professor David Grant, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Business) at Griffith University, will be the next ABDC President.
How do employers judge a job candidate’s work readiness?
Improving Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Student Participation, Retention and Success
in Australian Business-Related Higher Education
The review of the ABDC Business Journal Quality List has been submitted and is now being considered by the ABDC's Business Academic Research Directors' Network (BARDsNet).
What can Australia learn from the UK experience of the Research Excellence Framework ?
Submission - ABDC response to HESP Recommendations
ABDC has responded to the Higher Education Standards Panel recommendations on the impact of professional accreditation in Australian higher education and opportunities to reduce the regulatory burden on higher education providers.
What do business deans and the latest research say about the future of the MBA?
Final Report of the HEPPP-funded project led by Professor Morris Altman of University of the Newcastle Business School.
What are the skills needed for the future of work? How are business schools and business education educating graduates for what lies ahead?
Professor Marie Wilson on managing workforces aged 19 to 79 in a business world of increasing age diversity.
ABDC Research Scholar, Professor Stephen Taylor, on the need to include teaching and other business school activities in national measures of impact and engagement.