As an Australian-based research institute, we bring with us diversity in experience and expertise in four primary domains: Business, Education, Information Technology and Social Sciences. Responding to permanently evolving learning and knowledge consumption needs, we have brought together leading professionals, from all corners of the world, to share global knowledge. We specialize in cutting-edge technology as a mass communication medium, in the form of publishing academic journals, providing training in research epistemology and organizing local as well as international conferences. Support of researchers and research students in their endeavors to improve knowledge dissemination is one of our key drivers. We aim to combine these domains into one interdisciplinary academic vocation.
To create a world-class research institute that empowers the education sector. Our research focuses on benchmarking and extending research in successful business practices. We intend to offer exciting networking and project building opportunities for our associates. We endeavor to achieve a better knowledge development climate in higher education and corporate training.
Five years from now, APIAR will be the fastest growing knowledge sharing organization in the world. We will change the way the world manages research and utilizes its knowledge to make room for more. We will create efficient learning and transfer to work context strategies for a more cost and time-effective learning solution.
Professor Oliver Linton, University of Cambridge, UK
Professor Carlo Raffo, University of Manchester, UK.
Assoc Professor Kathleen Riach, Monash University, Australia.
Professor Peter Curson, The University of Sydney, Australia.
Professor Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Professor Maurice Galton, University of Cambridge, UK.
Professor Margaret Cox OBE, Kings College London, UK
Prof. Elizabeth Fernandez, University of New South Wales, Australia.
Professor Maureen Dollard, University of South Australia, Australia.
Professor Denise Wood, Central Queensland University, Australia.
Associate Professor Piet Kommers, University of Twente, Netherlands
Assoc. Prof. Teofilo C Daquila, National University Singapore.
Dr Elgin Ong, Rhinovo Pte Ltd, Singapore.
Dean of Research Development at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University in Dammam, KSA.
Prof. Robyn Gillies, The University of Queensland, Australia.
Professor Melissa Tyler, University of Essex, UK.
Assoc. Prof. Margaret Patrickson, University of South Australia, Australia.
School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia.
Professor Robert Taylor, University of Essex, UK.
Professor Janet Druker, University of Westminster, UK.
Dr Pawel Bilinksi, Associate Professor, City University, UK.
Professor Colin Beard, University of Sheffield, UK.