In the media
Financial ties with China 12 Apr 2014
ABC Radio National, Saturday Extra
Radio National, Saturday Extra interviewed Professor Hans Hendrischke about the negotiations to lower restrictions on Chinese investment into Australia and to make Sydney an official yuan trading hub.
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.
ABC the World Today
Dr Hans Hendrischke was interviewed about the debate on whether the Federal Government was correct in refusing financial support to SPC.
Professor Hans Hendrischke shares his opinion on whether the changes to China's one child policy should lead to even greater demand for Australian dairy products.
China connection blossoms 07 Nov 2013
Sydney Morning Herald
University of Sydney Master of Business Administration (MBA) students have completed a trip to Shanghai, to help Chinese companies engage with Australia.
Contrary to widespread perceptions that Chinese investment is swallowing large swathes of Australian farmland, the latest KPMG research suggests that China is far from a major agricultural investor in Australia, and owns less than one percent of Australian farmland.
ABC News 24
Michael Pettis, Professor of Finance at Peking University and author of The Great Rebalancing, warns China faces a looming debt crisis if it doesn't re-balance its economy, following his delivery of the inaugural Australian Chinese Business Lecture at the Business School's new CBD campus.
Chinese target gas in $49bn splurge 15 Mar 2013
Hans Hendrischke, Professor of Chinese Business and Management, has been interviewed on the topic of Chinese levels of importation of Australian resources, following the release of a joint report by the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre and KPMG.