Sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Education (University of Canberra. Research interests include white collar crime, critical thinking and the transfer of learning.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
An Analysis of Organisational Change within the Australian Federal Police since its Inception

Analyses 25 years of organisational change within the AFP in areas of resources, budgets, education and recruitment.Methodology included document analysis and interviews.

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Collusion and Delusion: The Common Elements of Corporate Psychopathy and Cartel Conduct

Explores the possible theoretical similarities between cartel conduct and corporate psychopathy

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Developing Critical Thinking Skills in First Year Australian University Students

Using a survey and three part intervention, this study reports the self-perceived development of critical thinking skills amongst first year university students.

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Learning Transfer amongst First Year University Students

This study reports the perceived learning transfer that occurred for a group of first year university students.

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An Exploration of the Perceived Integrity of Information Provided by Alleged Cartel Members and Leniency Applicants

This paper seeks to explore the accuracy and perceived honesty of information provided by alleged cartel offenders.

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Wrestling with Cartels: The Emergence of Competition Laws, Anti-cartel Enforcement and a Leniency Program in Japan

Through an historical account, it is possible to see how competition law in Japan has challenged the cultural foundations of harmony and cooperation that are inherent to Japanese business practices.

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Thinking Styles of Australian, Chinese and Italian University Students

Comparative analysis of the thinking style of university students in three different countries.

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Asking Questions: The Difference between Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Preferences

This paper examines the thinking styles of undergraduate and postgraduate university students.

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Spam, Scams and Shams: Content Analysis of Unsolicited Email

Using content analysis, this study assessed the form, content and quantity of over 400 unsolicited emails received during a one month period.

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