Christopher Nyland

Professor

1981 …2020

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Biography

Chris Nyland is a professor in the Department of Management. His teaching areas include international business regulation, diplomacy and statecraft and the management of market economies. His research spans a number of areas. He has a long term interest in the history and evolution of business and economic ideas. Key areas that he has researched in this regard include the evolution of management thought and practice in the United States in the first half of the twentieth century and how classical political economist have explained the respective status of the sexes. A second research area is globalisation and education. Here he has studied the evolution and regulation of international education markets and the efforts of China's government to develop a workforce that is suited to a knowledge intensive economy.

Research interests

Globalisation and Human Security

History of the Scientific Management Movement

Business Regulation

Monash teaching commitment

The Contemporary World
Diplomacy and Statecraft

Research area keywords

  • Globalisation and Human Security
  • History of Scientific Management Movement
  • Business Regulation

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