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Professions Research Funding Recipients for 2014-2015

Research Funding Recipients


Each year academics in the Faculty of the Professions are successful in procuring funding for their research from government and other international and national sources, and from sources available within the University. During 2014-2015, members of the Faculty currently hold the following grants:


  • School of Marketing and Management
    School of Marketing and Management Funded Grants
    Human Aspects of Information Security and Safety (HAISS) team DFEEST SA Collaborations Pathways 2014-2016. Development of an Advanced Security Audit Tool.
    Grant Funding: $60,000 per year for 2 years $120,000 in total
    DSTO KAB of Information Security - Policies and Procedures in an Organisation
    Grant Funding: $20,000 (rolling over for 4td year 2011 - 2014)
    Bendigo and Adelaide Bank - Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviour (KAB) Towards Information Security
    Grant Funding: $14,000
    Systems Design and Complexity Management Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Grand Challenges Explorations Grant 2013 - 2014
    Grant Funding: US$100,000
    Haiphong International Research Grant 2014 - 2015
    Grant Funding: $50,000
    South Australian Department of State Development Research Grant 2014 - 2015. Web-based Systems-modelling Capability Project
    Grant Funding: $30,000
    SA Government Grant, SA Health 2015 Web-Based Systems Modelling Capability - Simulated Learning Environments (Health)
    Grant Funding: $15,000
    Australia Development Awards Alumni Program 2013 - 2014
    Grant Funding: $10,000
    Wine Business Research funded through AGWA Roberta Crouch, Advance Australia Fair? Determining the Country of Origin Associations for Australian Wine in Emerging and Established Markets 2013-2016
    Grant Funding: $266,000
    Steve Goodman, Effective Use of Interactive Media: A Pathway for Wine Brand Growth 2013 - 2016
    Grant Funding: $58,000
    Jodie Conduit and Carolin Plewa, Wine Industry RD&E - Developing Partner Co-creation Capabilities 2014-2015
    Grant Funding: $10,000
    Family Business Education & Research Group Dept. of State Development NextGen eChallenge 2015 - 2016 - Chris Graves, Noel Lindsay and Zrinka Tokic
    Grant Funding: $30,000
    KPMG-FBA National Family Business Survey 2015 - Chris Graves & Jill Thomas
    Grant Funding: $25,750
    Daowei Sun Ministry of Water Resources of China Aug 2014 - June 2016
    Grant Funding: $60,000
    Songliao Water Resources Protection Bureau, Ministry of Water Resources March 2012 - March 2015
    Grant Funding: $30,000
    National Natural Science Foundation of China Jan 2015-December 2017
    Grant Funding: $10,000
    Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (fund shared with China collaborator) July 2013 - June 2014
    Grant Funding: $7,000
    Chris Medlin Ongoing for "Financial Advisor Index" with Dr Syed (Aku) Zamin Ali of School of Accounting and Finance
    Grant Funding: $20,000 per year from Lifeplan 2007
    Medlin in 2015 - Defence Teaming Centre for research on a defence innovation cluster
    Grant Funding: $1,800
    Medlin and Harris in 2014 - SA State Development Department for research on the emerging music industry cluster.
    Grant Funding: $1,300
  • School of Accounting & Finance
    School of Accounting & Finance Grants
    Grant Richardson The Effect of the Introduction of the General Anti-Avoidance Rule on the Tax-Sheltering Behaviour of Chinese Listed Firms. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region General Research Fund (GRF) (equivalent to Australia's ARC Discovery Grant), 2014 (with Dr Sidney Leung and Dr. Grantley Taylor)
    Grant Funding: HKD$141,309
  • School of Architecture & Built Environment
    School of Architecture & Built Environment Grants
    George Zillante Cat 1 Commonwealth Scheme: Situational eLearning: a crowdsourcing approach to the definition and assessment of key practice-ready academic outcomes
    Grant Funding: $25,715
    Cat 1 Non-Commonwealth Schemes: Housing and Indigenous disability: lived experiences of housing and community infrastructure
    Grant Funding: $173,824
  • School of Economics
    School of Economics Grants
    Mark Weder and Jacob Wong ARC Discovery Project grant
    Grant Funding: $140,000
    Paul Pezanis-Christou and Ralph Bayer ARC Discovery Project grant
    Grant Funding: $138,000
  • Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre
    Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre Grants
    Noel Lindsay Cat 1 Commonwealth Scheme: Evidenced-based approach to the design and redevelopment of inclusive technology enhanced learning environments
    Grant Funding: $15,483
    Cat 2 Other Digital enterprise: Pathways to education and employment for young people with disabilities program
    Grant Funding: $657,873
    Allan O'Conner Cat 2 South Australia's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
    Grant Funding: $15,000
    Cluster Evolution, Adelaide's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Service Provider Perspectives - Department of State Development
    Grant Funding: $5,500
    Allan O'Connor and Graciela Corral de Zubielqui Cluster Observatory in Australia - Cat 2 Department of State Development (DSD)
    Grant Funding: $150,000
    Allan O'Connor, Barry Elsey and Amina Omarova Servitisation Program Evaluation - Department of State Development (DSD)
    Grant Funding: $10,000
    Göran Roos and Allan O'Connor Manufacturing Business Innovation Program for Australian Industry Group and Department of State Development - Department of State Development (DSD)
    Grant Funding: $15,000
    Gary Hancock eChallenge in the Riverland - RDIF
    Grant Funding: $532,386
    Innovation in the supply chain - RDA Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula, & Kangaroo Island
    Grant Funding: $25,000
    Innovative urban space renewal research in Pt Augusta - The Interdisciplinary Research Grant
    Grant Funding: $15,000
    Adele Feakes and Wendy Lindsay Enhancing the role of small scale feed milling in the development of the mono-gastric industries in Papua New Guinea - Feed Mill Business Workshop - ACIAR project ASEM-2010-053 Cat 1
    Grant Funding: $13,530
  • Institute for International Trade
    Institute for International Trade Grants
    Uwe Kaufmann ADB Timor-Leste Regional Economic Integration.
    Grant Funding: $166,000
    ASEAN-ANZ FTA: Health and Education Services Policy Review.
    Grant Funding: $125,000
    ASEAN-ANZ FTA: Enhancing SMEs Awareness and Participation in AANZFTA - Capacity Building for Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar.
    Grant Funding: $123,000
    Shandre Thangavelu Singapore's Multinational Enterprises and SMEs Participation in ASEAN and East Asian Regional Economic Integration; (Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
    Grant Funding: USD$7000
    Cambodia's Multinational Enterprises and SMEs Participation in ASEAN and East Asian Regional Economic Integration (Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
    Grant Funding: USD$7000
    David Morfesi Geographic Indications and their relevance and importance to the Australian Economy; IP Australia
    Grant Funding: $41,250
  • Global Food Studies
    Global Food Studies Grants
    Suzie Newman (2014 - 2018) "Increasing competitiveness and market access of smallholders in NW Vietnam to regional temperate fruit markets" AGB-2012-060, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $320,980
    (2014 - 2019) "Improving market engagement, postharvest management and productivity of the Cambodian and Lao PDR vegetable industries" ASEM-2012-081, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $2,831,963
    Dale Yi and Randy Stringer (2014) "Supporting capacity building for research on improving market integration for high value fruit and vegetable systems in Indonesia" AGB/2014/031, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $108,442
    (2014 - 2017) "Improving market integration for high value fruit and vegetable production systems in Indonesia". AGB/2009/060, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $1,359,554
    Wendy Umberger and Suzie Newman (2014 - 2015) "Agribusiness Research Methods and Capacity Building" C2013-182, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $117,710
    (2014) "Master Class on Agribusiness Research Methods" ACIAR C2013-182, The Crawford Fund Research Grant
    Grant Funding: $60,000
    (2014 - 2015) "A strategic approach to pro-poor market and consumer research in China and the Mekong region" AGB/2012/057, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $153,878
    (2014 - 2018) "Towards more profitable and sustainable vegetable farming systems in northwestern Vietnam" AGB/2012/059, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $2,3
    Wendy Umberger and Risti Permani (2014 - 2015) "Supporting capacity building for research on improving market integration for dairy production systems in Indonesia." AGB/2014/033, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $147,719
    Randy Stringer (2014) "Contributing to Indonesia's sustainable agriculture research strategy". ADP/2014/011, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
    Grant Funding: $147,510
    Wendy Umberger and Theo Simos (2014 - 2015) "Indonesia red meat value chain mapping and insights." A.RMH.0022, Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
    Grant Funding: $74,761
    Mike Young (2014 - 2017) "Economic Profile of Eyre and Western Region". ARF A134695, BP Developments Australia Pty Ltd. (with M O'Neil)
    Grant Funding: $243,846
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