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  • Disruption for good – Sydney conference 01 Sep 2015

    While many traditional business operators may disagree, it must be said that for smart, usually young, innovators and consumers around the world the digital cloud very much has a silver lining. Indeed, even governments see potentially lucrative source of tax revenue in the current wave of disruptive enterprises made possible by a storm of new technology. More

  • Kingsley Laffer Memorial Lecture asks fundamental questions about Australia’s future 24 Aug 2015

    Chief Executive of the BCA, Jennifer Westacott, has urged society to take ‘the path of aspiration and imagination’ as it adjusts to new technological and economic circumstances. More

  • 'Passion' key to being a successful leader 13 Aug 2015

    Leadership is about following a passion, having a belief in what you’re doing and understanding that people matter, explained NSW Premier Mike Baird at the latest BOSS Emerging Leaders event. More

Business School In the Media

  • Asian investors not to blame for high property prices 03 Sep 2015

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    The Australian Financial Review published an article about the Festival of Urbanism and quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about the impact of Chinese investment on residential property prices.

  • Chinese buyers account for 2 per cent of Australian home sales: new research 03 Sep 2015


    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Professor Hans Hendrischke is quoted in an article about research into the impact of Chinese buyers on local housing markets.

  • Goodbye traffic jams? 02 Sep 2015

    ABC Radio National

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer

    ABC Radio National interviewed Professor Michiel Bliemer about the need for investment in public transport rather than on new roads and tunnels to clear car congestion.


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