The current trend away from common brands led by younger consumers has prompted researchers at the Business School to propose a revolutionary new approach to the traditional franchise model that gave the world chains such as McDonald's, KFC and Starbucks More
A former lecturer in Economics at the University of Sydney has just taken on what many would regard as the world's toughest job. Yanis Varoufakis has been appointed Finance Minister in Greece's new anti-austerity government and must now chart a way out of his nation's economic crisis. More
The Sydney based accounting firm, Walker Wayland, is again offering a scholarship to study at the Business School in the name of a former member of staff who was not able to achieve her own dream of becoming a chartered accountant. More
Daily Mail (UK)
Daily Mail (UK) quotes Associate Professor Antony Ting in a story about the amount of tax Apple paid in Australia last year.
Staff Member: Antony Ting
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age
Associate Professor Antony Ting from is quoted in an article published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald about the level of tax paid and revenue earned by Apple.
Staff Member: Antony Ting
Workplace relations is under the spotlight at the Productivity Commission, and it’s asking all the right questions to start a public discussion over public service employment.
Staff Member: Giuseppe Carabetta
The Conversation and SBS News
By Rico Merkert
The Conversation publishes an opinion piece by Dr Rico Merkert explaining the impact of hedging on the aviation industry. Read more
The Wall Street Journal
By Andrew Terry and Cary Di Lernia
The Wall Street Journal (US) published an opinion piece by Professor Andrew Terry and Dr Cary Di Lernia about the future of franchising. Read more
By Danika Wright
Dr Danika Wright authors an opinion piece on arbitrage in day-to-day life. Read more
Associate Professor Rae Cooper from the University of Sydney Business School discusses the challenges and opportunities for women in leadership today.
House prices are a hot topic for many Australians. Markets such as Sydney and Melbourne have seen a rise in house prices by roughly 10-15% over the last 12 months. Dr Danika Wright explores some of the issues surrounding the current climate, as well as common misconceptions.
Digital disruption changes and challenges established ways of doing business, social interactions and more generally, our thinking. Associate Professor Kai Reimer discusses the phenomenon, and the current work being done by the Digital Disruption Research Group.