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Research interests

  • 4th Industrial Revolution and the Future of Work
  • AI and Ethics
  • Skilled Migration
  • Mixed Methods Research

Personal profile

Prior to joining academia I was a senior HRM professional having worked in Australia, Fiji islands and the Middle East. I have worked at three public universities in Australia (Southern Cross University; CQUniversity and Curtin University) and a private higher education provider (Australian Institute of Business) prior to joining Torrens University. I am a Fellow of AHRI and AITD and a member of the AHRI Advisory Research panel. I am a foundational convenor of the ANZAM Mixed Methods Research SIG and a Board member of the Mixed Methods Research International Association (MMIRA). Current research interests are focused around the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the impact of 4IR technologies on sectors and professions, AI and Ethics and skilled migration.

HDR SUPERVISION: I have supervised many MPhil, PhD and DBA students who have used a variety of methodologies inlcuding: mixed methods research, grounded theory, multi method case studies, MMR action research, quantitative approaches and qualitative approaches (ethnography). Topics that students researched included: Leadership in VET, performance managment in elite sports, work life balance and social networking, organisational change, governance in charities, coaching in the workplace, learning transfer in workplace learning, leadership development in not for profits, complex adaptive systems in defence and health management and bereravement in the workplace. Current students are researching in skilled migration, graduate employability, impact of job automation in manufacturing and AI for career counselling.

Education/Academic qualification

Career & Learning Transitions, PhD, Southern Cross University

Award Date: 9 May 2009

Professional Development & Training, Master, Deakin University

Instructional Design, Graduate Certificate, Deakin University

Welfare Law, Graduate Diploma, University of Newcastle

Sociology & Education, Bachelor, University of Newcastle


  • HM Sociology
  • HRM
  • Mixed Methods Research
  • Skilled Migration
  • Graduate employability
  • Industry 4.0 future of work
  • iPros
  • RPL
  • Organisational Studies

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Independent Professionals

Cameron, R.

1/03/19 → …

Project: Research

Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Work

Cameron, R., Burgess, J., Nankervis, A., Connell, J. & Montague, A.

1/10/18 → …

Project: Research

International Alumni and graduate employment

Cameron, R., Coffey, J. & Farivar, F.

5/02/18 → …

Project: Research

Research Output


Cameron, R., Montague, A., Stanton, P., Muenjohn, N. & Larkin, R., 2020, The Future of Work in Asia and Beyond: A Technological Revolution or Evolution?. Nankervis, A., Connell, J. & Burgess, J. (eds.). London, UK: Routledge

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

International graduates and the change of initial career mobility intentions

Farivar, F., Coffey, J. & Cameron, R., 4 Jun 2019, In : Personnel Review. 48, 4, p. 1061-1078 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 4 Citations (Scopus)

    International graduates host country employment intentions and outcomes: Evidence from two Australian universities

    Cameron, R., Farivar, F. & Coffey, J., 1 Jan 2019, In : Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 41, 5, p. 550-568 19 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)

    Qualitative Research Methods for Human Resources Management.

    Cameron, R., Mohyuddin, S. & Wijeratne, A., 2019, SAGE Research Methods Foundations. London: Sage Publications

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter