Graduate School of Government
Dr Ramia welcomes enquiries from students who wish to research international, comparative or Australian themes in social policy or governance, including international education, welfare and work, international NGOs, and social security policies.
Dr Ramia supervises students undertaking research on international, comparative or Australian themes in social policy or governance, including international education, welfare and work, international NGOs, and social security policies.
Examples of PhD and Hons theses supervised (completed and in progress) include the following:
- The Trade-off Between Economic Development and Climate Chance Policy: Evidence from the Stern Review
- The Nature and Role of Intellectual Capital in Non-profit Strategic Management: An Exploratory Study of Social Service Non-Profit Organisations in Australia
- The Role of Public Governance in the Development of East Timor
- Multinational Enterprises and Global Environmental Governance
- Video Surveillance in Workplaces: A Comparative Analysis of Law of Australia and Canada.
- Transparency International’s National Integrity Systems Concept: A Useful Tool for Donors to Assess Corruption Control?
- The Study-Work-Life Balance of International Students: The Case of Monash University.
- New Public Management, Contestability and Strategic Management: The Case of Victorian Prisons
- Global and Domestic Competition Policy: How Autonomous is the ACCC?
- Time-Limited Protection and Return of Migrants: Law and Economic Reconstruction.
- Strategy Implementation in the Australian Telecommunications Industry.
- Globalisation and Industry Development: The Case of the Australian Wine Industry
- Organisational Culture in Ford Australia
Want to find out more?
governance, social governance, international social policy, comparative social policy, Australian social policy, comparative public policy, civil society, international NGOs, welfare state, industrial relations, employment services, public management, contractualism, Welfare, social citizenship, citizenship, non-profit organizations, globalization, comparative industrial relations, comparative employment relations, public administration, public sector, public sector reform, public policy, social policy global social policy
The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 810