The Australian Institute of Business and Economics (AIBE) is a collaborative laboratory for applied research, problem solving and student development. The institute is inspired by the complex challenges facing communities, industry and governments today. The Institute's approach is team-based: students, fellows and senior academics work with industry and government partners to identify, develop and solve real-time policy or business problems. The Institute's problem-solving approach includes the use of advanced research tools and techniques, methods and models to envision a fair, promising and viable future.
The dual aim of the Institute is to conduct high-quality contemporary research in the process, attracting and mentoring outstanding UQ students to provide evidence of impact.
The Institute's expertise is diverse and includes regulatory and competitive economics, economics and business models, and community engagement, but the Institute's goal is to apply business and economics research to create a better world.
The Institute is a network of academics from academia, industry, government and multilateral institutions, designing tailored and targeted research to meet the needs of its partners.
AIBE applies cutting-edge research to solve real-time issues in business and economic policy, as well as mentoring and training students so that they can study market conditions in Australian jurisdictions at AIBE, About Markets, with the aim of informing appropriate policy and regulatory regimes and creating the conditions for innovation and sustainability. Get ready for the job market.