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Research

Doctoral Program in Management

  • CRICOS Code: 056955G | 098522G

The experience

Overview

At Melbourne Business School, we offer a comprehensive program to support your learning, develop your skills and enrich your degree. We encourage you to be involved and build teaching and research skills through practical learning opportunities and enrichment activities:

  • Teaching fellowships
  • Tutoring opportunities
  • Research support program
  • Research colloquia
  • Immersion in all aspects of academic life within the Department

Top-Tier Research & High-Quality Teaching

Associate Professor Adam Barsky
Associate Professor Adam Barsky, Doctoral Program in Management Director

Associate Professor Adam Barsky

The Doctoral Program in Management is led by Associate Professor Adam Barsky. Adam received his PhD in Industrial and Organisational Psychology from Tulane University in 2004. His research on ethical decision making, emotions, and humour have been published in top management, marketing and psychology journals including Psychological Bulletin, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Applied Psychology, and the Journal of Management. He teaches Negotiations and Conflict Resolution as well as Social Entrepreneurship and recently won the 2018 Edward Brown Award for Teaching Excellence.

Meet our Academics

Student experience

Samuel Eyamu
Samuel Eyamu, PhD candidate Department of Management and Marketing

Samuel Eyamu

"My PhD study seeks to investigate factors driving organisations to utilise particular workforce management arrangements and their consequences for employees. The project is being conducted across several industries within Australia. I am also currently tutoring organisational behaviour in the department of Management and Marketing. This has enabled me to further develop my oral and written communication skills as well enhance my academic experience."

Meet our Graduate Research students