Organisation profile

Organisation profile

Welcome to the College of Business, Government, and Law – a dynamic team of forward-thinking researchers dedicated to addressing challenges of both Australian and international significance, with a strategic focus on technology, health, and social impact. 


With over 50 years of collective experience spanning diverse fields such as business, commerce, politics, public policy, law, criminology, social impact, healthcare management, and international relations, our team collaborates closely with industry, business professionals, and communities. Together, we are resolutely committed to driving positive change for the greater good. 


Within the College sits the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute, the Centre for Social Impact and the Jeff Bleich Centre for the US Alliance in Digital Technology, Security and Governance all united by a passion for innovation and to make a difference to the world. 


Our research meets the needs of industry, the government, and the community. Our research, led by award-winning and globally recognised researchers, encompasses a wide spectrum of vital issues, including: food insecurity, reducing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in prison, uncovering slavery in Australia, to homelessness systems reform, setting up our future in space, to advancing the future workforce and incubating and promoting the establishment of SMEs through the factory of the future.  


At the College of Business, Government and Law, whether we’re delivering industry and workplace innovation research or research to solve discrimination and social inequality we are united in changing lives for the better.



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