Cristyn's research contributes to emerging themes within corporate sustainability and strategy literature. Specifically, her research investigates the role of decision making in determining organizational vulnerability to natural capital decline, emerging trends in corporate sustainability reporting, and the relationship between organizational values and societal values.
Cristyn's interest in communicating leading strategy and sustainability research to the future generation of executives, as well as her commitment to new teaching methods and tools are reflected in the subject she teaches in the Master of Business program at UQ Business School, Decision Making & Reporting for Sustainability and the multiple research students she has supervised.
Cristyn also works as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian Institute for Business and Economics (AIBE), where she collaborates with industry partners and leading scholars from around the world to deliver critical insights to organizations, policy makers and academia on emerging corporate sustainability issues. As part of this role Cristyn leads the AIBE Sustainability Research Group, supporting academics within the Business, Economics and Law Faculty at The University of Queensland to progress high quality, industry relevant sustainability research.
Prior to commencing at UQ Business School Cristyn worked with numerous businesses to improve their sustainability, advising business sustainability consultants, and delivering guest lecturers on the topic.
- Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship
- Best PhD Paper, Group for Research on Organizations & the Natural Environment (GRONEN) Conference, Hamburg 2016 -
Meath, Cristyn (2016). The search for an evolution of values, systems and organizations: Evidence of de-coupling organizational value from natural capital consumption. Group for Research on Organizations and the Natural Environment Network (GRONEN) Conference, Hamburg, Germany 23-24 May, 2016.