Dr Ingrid Landau is a Lecturer in the Department of Business Law and Taxation at Monash Business School, and a member of the Labour, Equality and Human Rights (LEAH) Research Group. Her research spans the fields of labour law, comparative law, business and human rights, and regulatory theory. Ingrid's current research projects focus on corporate human rights due diligence regulation, socially responsible public procurement, and collective labour dispute regulation in Southeast Asia. She has worked as a consultant for the International Labour Organisation, and at Melbourne Law School and the Australian Council of Trade Unions.
Professor John Howe is Director of the Melbourne School of Government and the Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law at the University of Melbourne. John's research interests include labour market policy and regulation, regulatory design, and social procurement. He has written extensively on the role of the state in regulating employment and labour markets, and on the intersection between state-based regulation and corporate governance, including the use of labour policy objectives in procurement contracts. John was Secretary of the Australian Labour Law Association between 2005 and 2009, and Chair of the Labour Law Research Network from 2015-2019. He was Deputy Dean of the Melbourne Law School from 2013-2016.