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Financial Services Research Group

One of the objectives of the Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market industry is to evaluate the extent to which the financial services industry does a good job both from the perspective of its clients and the economy more generally. The focus of the Finanical Services Research Group is to concentrate on this particular issue with respect to a very broadly defined range of service providers in including trading and investment banks, fund managers, institutional and retail investors, and consultants and financial planners. Besides being interested in the economic impact of these service providers, we are also interested in the behaviour of their clients with an emphasis on their reasons for engaging services that are discretionary.

Director: Ron Bird - Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality, UTS

Financial Services Research Group Members:

Hazel Bateman - University of New South Wales
Lorenzo Casavecchia – University of Technology, Sydney
Ray da Silva Rosa – The University of Western Australia
Michael Drew –  Griffith University
John Evans – University of New South Wales
David Gallagher – University of Technology, Sydney
Philip Gharghori – Monash University
Jack Gray - Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality, UTS
Massimo Scotti - University of Technology, Sydney
David Michayluk – University of Technology, Sydney
Peter Swan - University of New South Wales
Paul Woolley
Danny Yeung - Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality, UTS
Ralf Zurbrugg – The University of Adelaide