Early career researchers on the path to success

9 May 2018
Three early career researchers from The University of Queensland’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Law have secured UQ Development Fellowships for 2018.

These three-year fellowships foster the development of promising ECRs and reward exceptional mid-career and senior academic staff. They are awarded annually for a combination of research, teaching, industry engagement and service activities.

Dr Du will research our healthcare system

BEL Associate Dean (Research) Professor Victor Callan said the 2018 fellows were shining examples of the Faculty’s world-class researchers.

“Our 2018 UQ Development Fellows will delve into some of today’s complex challenges in business, economics and law, including employee wellbeing, the efficiency of our health care system, and the role of intellectual property in Australian agriculture,” Professor Callan said.

“I look forward to seeing the outcomes of their research and following their respective journeys as UQ researchers.”

Congratulations to the Faculty’s 2018 UQ Development Fellows. The recipients and their projects are as follows:

UQ Business School

Dr Azadeh Rezvani – “Investigating the relationship between leadership competencies and employees' innovative work behaviours: examining the mediating and moderating role of employee well-being”.

School of Economics

Dr David Du – “Efficiency of healthcare system and economic growth: empirical analysis on the Australian economy”.

TC Beirne School of Law

Dr Susannah Chapman – "Circulation in the Realm of Intangible Property: the development of end-point royalties in Australian agriculture and the transformation of intellectual property".

Find out more about UQ Development Fellowships.

Contact: BEL Communications, Alysha Hilevuo, media@bel.uq.edu.au, (07) 3346 9349.