Learn from the best:
Professor Jeff Borland
Jeff Borland is Truby Williams Professor of Economics. His main teaching is in microeconomics, economic history and sports economics. Jeff is currently President of the Victorian branch of the Economic Society of Australia.
Jeff will be teaching Economics of Markets and OrganisationsWatch subject video
Dr Michael Coelli
Michael Coelli is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics. His main research interests are Labour Economics, the Economics of Education and Applied Micro-econometrics.
Michael will be teaching Empirical Methods for BusinessWatch subject video
Dr William Ho
William Ho is the recipient of Melbourne Excellence Award – Edward Brown Award for Teaching Excellence in 2016. He teaches operations management, supply chain management, and business analytics at undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD, and executive levels.
William will be teaching Business Analytics for Decision Making Watch subject video
Bryan will be teaching Managerial Finance
Dr Colin McLeod
Colin is a professional company director and a senior fellow at the University. His commercial experience includes six years as the general manager, marketing and corporate affairs at the Australian Football League. His academic career includes appointments at the University of Cambridge and the University of California - Berkeley. His research is in marketing, innovation, customer co-creation and public health.
Colin will be teaching Value Creation strategies
Associate Professor Brad Potter
Brad is an associate professor in accounting and a Director of the Centre for Accounting and Industry Partnerships. Brad’s research and consulting experience encompasses financial accounting and disclosure for both private sector and public sector entities.
Brad will be teaching Accounting Analysis and Decisions
Dr Kevin Staub
Kevin Staub is a senior lecturer at the Department of Economics. His research areas are applied econometrics (discrete and limited dependent variables, and panel data) and empirical economics (applied microeconomics and trade). Kevin has held postdoctoral positions at Princeton University and the University of Zurich.
Kevin will be teaching Empirical Methods for BusinessWatch subject video