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Our research delivers solutions to significant problems and creates new understandings that impact on the real world. These are just some examples of the difference our research makes.
Our insights into environmental valuation and commercial tourism have informed governments and environmental protection agencies at both state and federal levels.
We collected physiological data providing evidence that guilt plays a role in motivating people to pay their taxes.
'QUT's cutting-edge analysis of tax morale and its linkages to regulatory compliance has proven foundational to the policy recommendations to our clients in the newest member countries of the European Union.' Truman G. Packard, Lead Economist, Human Development Economics, World Bank
We're developing novel statistical methods to forecast the onset of instability in asset prices. Understanding what leads to instability helps us predict the outcome of high volatility events.
We measured the heart rates of people making financial decisions and found that people making generous offers were less stressed than those making low offers. The results indicate there is an emotional cost to treating someone unfairly.