The United Nations has invited the Business School to participate in its drive to implement a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) considered crucial to the future of humanity and the planet. More
There are three major strategies that corporations are using to foster innovation, but big companies must also have the right mindset to most successfully capture the start-up attitude More
The Business School’s Professor Marian Baird has described her Order of Australia as a welcome sign that Australia regards gender equality and social justice as important issues and says she is proud of her award for this reason. More
Staff Member: Jamie Alcock
Associate Professor Jamie Alcock was interviewed by news.com.au about housing affordability and interest rates.
South China Morning Post
Staff Member: Susan Thorp
South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) quoted Professor Susan Thorp about retirement protection and Australia’s ‘sliding scale’ principle.
Staff Member: John Buchanan
Professor John Buchanan spoke to ABC NewsRadio about Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s internship plan to reduce unemployment.
Sydney Morning Herald
By Amanda Budde-Sung
The Sydney Morning Herald published an opinion piece by Senior Lecturer Amanda Budde-Sung about the trademark issues surrounding the "UGG" brand of ugg boots. Read more
By Danika Wright
Dr Danika Wright authored an article in The Conversation about negative gearing policies in relation to the upcoming Federal election. Read more
By Rae Cooper
The Conversation and Women's Agenda published an article by Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the need for trade unions to appeal to women. Read more
When developing a strategy for engaging with start-ups, Dr Massimo Garbuio states that big companies need to have the right mindset to successfully capture the start-up attitude to expose untapped assets and fuel innovation.
Chinese investment in Australia is growing strongly and involving new industries such as healthcare. Professor Hans Hendrischke discusses the positive findings from his research with KPMG on Chinese investment for both China and Australia.
Dr Shumi Akhtar examines implications of the Panama Papers – a set of 11.5 million documents providing information on tax havens used by high profile individuals and businesses.
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