The Business School's Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) is to establish a research centre focusing on ways of maintaining a sustainable and financially viable supply of food to Australia's domestic and international markets. More
The accounting and finance programs offered by the Business School have been ranked with the best in the world by the highly respected British firm Quacquarelli Symonds. More
The Business School's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is set to grow its successful Remote and Rural Enterprise (RARE) initiative internationally. With the help of a Department of Education Asiabound Short term Mobility Program (ABST) grant, RARE will launch a pilot program in Hanoi, Vietnam in 2015. More
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age quote Dr Antony Ting in a story about tax avoidance and the ATO's pilot plan to outsource the tax audits of large companies to accounting professionals.
Staff Member: Antony Ting
Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times
Dr Antony Ting is quoted in an article in the Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times about the report by the Tax Justice Network into corporate tax avoidance.
Staff Member: Antony Ting
The West Australian
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in a West Australian article about
how improved broadband and changing attitudes of employers are likely to lead to more people working from home.
Staff Member: Stephen Greaves
By Danika Wright
Danika Wright discusses the national housing supply and affordability problem and explains regulators and government at all levels need to work together to find a solution. Read more
By Matthew Beck
Dr Matthew Beck authors an opinion piece about infrastructure investment in Australia. The piece was published in the Conversation. Read more
The Jakarta Post
By Sandra Seno-Alday
The Jakarata Post (Indonesia) published an opinion piece by Dr Sandra Seno-Alday about the safety of Southeast Asia as an investment destination. Read more
Associate Professor Kai Riemer discusses the Business School's research into digital disruption. Learn more at DISRUPT.SYDNEY on 26 September, an event to explore the nature and implications of Digital Disruption from multiple angles.
Dr Eric Knight's latest book, Why We Argue About Climate Change, takes on one of the most contentious policy issues in Australia and in international politics. He discusses what he believes to be at the heart of the debate, and the critical role of entrepreneurs and small businesses in the solution.
Dr Rico Merkert, Senior Lecturer in Aviation Management at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, discusses the announcement of a second Sydney airport in Badgerys Creek.