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  • How Alibaba became the template for China's unicorns 05 Jul 2017

    The Australian Financial Review and Sydney Business Insights

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke and Barney Tan

    Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Barney Tan were quoted in the Australia Financial Review about the success of ‘unicorn’ start-up Alibaba and what can be expected from the next generation of Chinese tech entrepreneurs. It was also published by Sydney Business Insights.

  • Susan Thorp on ABC Radio Statewide Drive (NSW) 27 Jun 2017

    ABC Radio

    Staff Member: Susan Thorp

    Professor Susan Thorp was interviewed on ABC Radio Statewide Drive (NSW) about the funding of aged care facilities and Australia’s health insurance system.

  • Working from home and the curse of feeling invisible 26 Jun 2017

    Women’s Agenda

    Staff Member: Ella Hafermalz

    Women’s Agenda republished an article by Postdoctoral Researchers Ella Hafermalz, originally from The Conversation, on the lack of visibility for remote officer workers.


  • Shrinking supply chains, greater welfare? 28 Jun 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Michael Bell

    Recent tectonic shifts in the global economy are challenging the ocean container shipping sector. Read more

  • Australians want insurance against the burden of old age 26 Jun 2017

    The Conversation

    By Susan Thorp

    Professor Susan Thorp wrote a piece for The Conversation on the urgent need for increased funding for aged care facilities. Read more

  • Autonomous Cars: Placing them in Context 14 Jun 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By David A. Hensher and John Stanley

    The Roads Australia National Conference  in Sydney (May 31, June 1, 2017) had a lot of presentations on autonomous cars  (ACs); and despite some suggesting we should go directly to level 5 fully  autonomous cars (in next few years), and with 5G communications we will then  also solve safety and have no congestion on our roads, some of us question this Read more

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