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The Global Aviation Research Network (GARN) aims to:

  • establish a collaborative network of scholars and stakeholders
  • investigate and share observations about the dynamic nature of the aviation sector
  • promote the diffusion of research
  • merge academic and practitioner thought to generate new ideas, solutions and foster innovation

We are based in the Department of Marketing and Management in the Faculty of Business and Economics.

We promote a multi-disciplinary approach to examining aviation within domestic and international contexts.

Research interests of members include:

  • employment relations,
  • marketing,
  • competitiveness,
  • legal regulation,
  • sociology and
  • industrial psychology.

Latest news

Global Aviation Research Network conveners contribute to The Conversation

Chris Baumann, Lucy Taksa and Troy Sarina, "Teary Qantas ad campaign not the branding the airline needs


GARN Convenor Dr Troy Sarina presents at ‘Market liberalization, low cost pressure, and employment relations in the airline industry'

Dr Troy Sarina presents at 'Market liberalization, low cost pressure, and employment relations in the airline industry',  International Conference on Civil Aviation at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo


GARN Convenor Dr Troy Sarina presents at the Regulation of Work and Employment International Workshop

GARN Convenor Dr Troy Sarina presents at the Regulation of Work and Employment International Workshop, hosted by Monash University at its Prato Centre in Italy (co-sponsored by Macquarie University's Department of Marketing and Management), Prato, Italy 16 September 2014


Professor Daryll Hull was referenced in Aviation Business

Professor Daryll Hull from the Department of Marketing and Management was referenced in Aviation Business, commenting on the decision to, and complexity of, designing a second Sydney airport at Badgery's Creek.


Recent Publications

  • Baumann, C. & Chu, W. (2013), Loyalty programs in the airline industry, in Strategic Brand Management, 4th Edition (Global Edition) by Kevin Lane Keller.
  • Sarina, T (2012), The Challenges of a Representation Gap: Australian Experiments in Promoting Industrial Citizenship, Berkeley Industrial Relations, Vol 52, pp. 397-418
  • Sarina, T & Lansbury, R (2013), Flying High or Low? Strategic Choice and Employment Relations at Qantas and Jetstar, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, vol. 51 (4).
  • Sarina, T & Wright, C (2013), The globalisation of a national carrier: The role of regulation in shaping employment relation strategies in Qantas Airways, presented at the Labour Law Research Network Inaugural Conference, Barcelona Spain, June 13-15 2013.

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Past Events

Issues and Outlook for the Far East Asian low-cost carrier (LCC) Industry
Date: 28 January, 2014
Time: 9:30am - 2:30pm
Venue: 3/10 Spring St, Sydney

Inaugural Symposium
Date: Friday 29 Nov, 2013
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: 3/10 Spring St, Sydney

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