In the media
Chinese Economy 2014 Expectation 10 Mar 2014
Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on CRI English (China) about the Chinese economy's outlook for 2014.
Australia losing its Chinese allure 07 Mar 2014
Australian Financial Review
Professor Hans Hendrischke is quoted in the Australian Financial Review article about Australia losing its position at the top destination for China's foreign direct investment last year.
Hans Hendrischke is quoted in a story about what China can learn from other countries about reform.
China News from the Business School
The primary motivator for Chinese investing in Australia is profitability, according to a key survey conducted by KPMG and the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre. More
Chinese investment demystified: Minister launches KPMG - University of Sydney Business School website 11 Apr 2014
The first interactive online resource designed to dispel the myths surrounding Chinese investment in Australia and inform debate on the issue has been launched in Shanghai today by the Commonwealth Minister for Trade and Investment, Andrew Robb. More
Turning point for Chinese investment into Australia - New research a wakeup call for Australia 17 Mar 2014
The latest report into Chinese direct investment by KPMG, The University of Sydney's China Studies Centre and Professor Hans Hendrischke of the University of Sydney Business School titled, Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia, March 2014 Update, finds Chinese investment in Australia declined by 10% during 2013, against a backdrop of an overall global increase in Chinese outbound investment during the year. More
Dr Hans Hendrischke wrote an opinion piece published in the Conversation on China's Work Report and the economic reforms proposed by China's Premier, Li Keqiang.
The recent transition to a new leadership group shows how much the Chinese Communist Party depends on continuity and process over personality. More
Beijing has just been blanketed by another round of heavy smog, this time causing more chaos as businesses reopen and people return after the Lunar New Year Holiday. More