Martina Linnenluecke is an Associate Professor at UQ Business School, The University of Queensland. She leads the School's Environmental Finance Group which is at the forefront of developing financial and market applications to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing environmental and social problems. The group’s work program spans the natural and social sciences and comprises four faculty and 11 PhD students. The group has worldwide reach and impact by demonstrating a financial case for action on environmental and social change.
The Environmental Finance Group is collaborating with researchers from leading institutions including London Business School, Mannheim Business School, TU Dresden, INSEAD, Vanderbilt, NYU, and Columbia University.
Martina's specific research interests focus on corporate adaptation and resilience to climate change impacts. Her expertise in the field has been demonstrated through a number of prestigious awards, such as the Peter Brownell Manuscript Award as well as the Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award at the Academy of Management Conference, the leading conference in the field. She is the author of the book "The Climate Resilient Organization", and has extensive experience in working with government and industry related to organisational climate adaptation strategies, assessments and planning.
Martina is currently supervising the following PhD Candidates:
- Ms Yi Ding: Environmental alpha, beta and delta
- Mr Bruce Mortimer: Long range planning in Australia's urban water sector - how do business leaders integrate strategic analysis into decision making
- Mr Jianlei Han: Managerial risk position and zero leverage puzzle
- Mr Danny Zhao Xiang Huang: Doing good and good returns - how and to what extent does developing and implementing ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) principles impact the profitability and cost of capital of firms?
- Mr Syed Khuram Shahzad: Investigating private sector engagement in adaptation to climate change within the context of developing countries
- Mr Zheyao Pan: Essyas on empirical asset pricing
- Ms Roxana Pincheira: Environmental risk: Planetary boundaries and implications for capital markets
- Ms Luluk Widyawati: The role of sustainability reporting in improving corporate performance
- Mr Anguo Wang: Real options and clean technology opportunities
- Mr Vincent Maxwell: Clean Tech: Economic adaptation or appropriation
- Mr Martin Groen: Zero growth: Implications for economic demand and the global financial system
Congratulations to our recent graduate:
- Dr Xin Ling: Changing the Way We Measure Time to More Accurately Estimate the Probability of Informed Trading