Institutes, Centres and Clusters
Curtin Business School research is broken into a number of institutes, centres and individual research clusters, these include:
Asia Business Centre
Serves to strengthen and leverage Asia capabilities and stakeholder engagement.
Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre
Undertakes high quality, objective research on the key economic and social issues of relevance to Western Australia.
Ninti One: CRC Remote Economic Participation
Focuses on delivering solutions to the economic challenges that affect remote Australia.
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Delivers high quality research that influences policy development.
Centre for Research in Applied Economics
Strengthens collaboration among applied economists at Curtin University.
John Curtin Institute of Public Policy
A peak body for research, education and discussion in public policy and administration.
National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education
Is at the centre of public policy dialogue about equity in higher education.
Logistics Research Cluster
The Logistics Research Cluster’s (LRC) focus is to promote and facilitate an open communication with industry about future research, knowledge and skill requirements for graduates, and active development of Curtin as the leading institute.
Luxury Branding Research Cluster
The Luxury Branding Research Cluster (LBRC) increases Curtin’s Luxury Branding research capabilities by providing greater collaboration with other research centres and industry partners while continually building on the strengths of Curtin’s well established multidisciplinary approach to Luxury Branding Research.
Tourism Research Cluster
The Tourism Research Cluster (TRC) increases Curtin’s tourism research capability by providing a framework for the skills, expertise and resources of researchers to be shared, increasing opportunities for collaboration and building on the strengths of Curtin’s well-established multidisciplinary approach to tourism research.
Women in Social Economic Research Cluster
Women in Social Economic Research (WiSER) is committed to producing high quality quantitative and qualitative feminist research on a broad range of issues that women identify as important to their capacity for achieving equity and autonomy.