2018 Three Minute Thesis Competition
See the big ideas from our PhD students who are creating knowledge with impact!
Join us for lunch as UTS Business School PhD students compete for a cash prize and the opportunity to progress to the UTS-wide 3 minute thesis competition.
Each PhD student has just three minutes to present a compelling speech on their thesis topic and its significance, with topics coming from across the Business School.
Speakers and topics include:
- Brendan Mulhern, Advancing the methods used to develop and value preference based measures for use in economic evaluation
- Yanlin Chen, Signalling for Free: Return Policies in Auctions
- Thulaisi Sivapalan, Tax in Super
- Aleksei Chernulich, Price volatility and forecasting horizons: An experimental investigation
- Jonathan Karlsen, Combatting crime with forensic finance
- Evgeniya Goryacheva, Estimation Of Consumers' Demand Function
- Mohammad Pulok, Horizontal equity in the Australian healthcare system: Exploring the unknowns and updating the knowns
- Eamon McGinn, Polarisation: evidence from political speeches about same sex marriage
- Hunter Fujak, Understanding Sport Consumers within Competitive Markets
The UTS Business School winner will receive $500, the Runner-up $250, and the People’s Choice $250.
This event is open to UTS staff and students, as well as anyone thinking about undertaking a PhD with us in the future, or simply interested in some of the freshest and most exciting thinking in business today.
The UTS Business School 3 Minute Thesis Competition will take place on Level 3 of the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building.
Registrations essential here.