Associate Professor Sam Wylie is Principal Fellow of the Melbourne Business School.
His research and consulting is focused on the investment management and hedge fund industries, especially performance measurement and incentives.
In 2005 Dr Wylie’s work was published in the University of Chicago’s Journal of Business.
He was an Assistant Professor at the Tuck School of Business from 1997-2004. The Tuck School, is one of the world’s leading business schools, being ranked #1 in world by the Wall Street Journal in 2006. Dr Wylie’s courses at Tuck were regularly rated among the best at a school renowned for teaching excellence.
Dr Wylie obtained his PhD from the London Business School. He also has a Master of Economics degree from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Western Australia.
From 1986-1992 he was an Intelligence Officer with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation. Dr Wylie is married and has three young children.
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