ITLS in the News

    Professor of the week - David Walters

    28 Nov 2013

    Every week a business school professor, an expert in his or her field, defines a key term on FT Lexicon, online economics, business and finance glossary. Professor Walters explains why he thinks it is important to understand Mittelstand.

    Staff Member: David Walters
    Publication: Financial Times

    Qantas disadvantaged

    26 Nov 2013

    Senior Lecturer Rico Merkert was interviewed on SBS Radio about Qantas, Lufthansa and the competitive environment of international airlines.

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert
    Publication: SBS Radio

    Sydney's weekend traffic not only rivals weekday peak hour but also lasts through most of the day

    23 Nov 2013

    Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from ITLS was quoted in a Sunday Telegraph story about weekend traffic.

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves
    Publication: The Sunday Telegraph

    Traffic congestion plea

    20 Nov 2013

    Today Tonight interviews David Hensher about about traffic solutions for congestion on our roads.

    Staff Member: David Hensher
    Publication: Today Tonight

    Ports expert endorses container terminal plan

    19 Nov 2013

    Michael Bell, an internationally recognised ports expert, has endorsed a proposal to shift Port Botany's container terminals to Newcastle.

    Staff Member: Michael Bell
    Publication: Newcastle Herald

    Learning to keep it real

    28 Oct 2013

    How well do postgraduate degrees prepare students for actual workplaces? ITLS Founding Director Professor David Hensher says problem-based learning is the key.

    Staff Member: David Hensher
    Publication: Sydney Morning Herald

    Questions raised on efficacy of Sydney's Moorebank hub in light of latest logistics theory

    24 Oct 2013

    Logistics academic Professor Michael Bell has taken aim at Sydney's proposed Moorebank Intermodal Hub, arguing it is too far from essential warehousing.

    Staff Member: Michael Bell
    Publication: Lloyd's List Australia

    Taking responsibility for public health

    22 Oct 2013

    Tackling obesity must move beyond the individual - but the corporate world is yet to step up to the plate. Professor Corinne Mulley wants Big Business to put its money where our mouths are.

    Staff Member: Corinne Mulley
    Publication: Medical Observer

    Bus over light rail

    15 Oct 2013

    South Australians and Queenslanders would prefer to see investment in buses over light rail, according to the latest quarterly national transport survey from the University of Sydney. David Hensher explains why this is an important consideration for governments when planning new public transport infrastructure.

    Staff Member: David Hensher
    Publication: ABC - Australian Bus and Coach

    Thousands will pay more with Opal card

    12 Oct 2013

    Tens of thousands of public transport users will pay more for trains, buses and ferries once the Opal smartcard is rolled out across the city.

    Staff Member: Corinne Mulley
    Publication: The Sydney Morning Herald

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