The High Commissioner of Mauritius has visited the Business School to discuss opportunities for the Mauritian academic community to link into the transport and infrastructure research expertise. More
The Business School and UN Women NC Australia have once again partnered to offer a $60,000 MBA Scholarship in a united effort to promote women in leadership at the most senior levels of the nation's public, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. More
A Business School team has placed second among the world’s top universities in the highly respected Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition, held in New York City.
ABC The Drum
Staff Member: Christopher Wright
An article published on The Drum mentioned the work of Professor Christopher Wright in analysing the complex relationship between corporations and climate change.
3CR Melbourne and JOY FM Melbourne
Staff Member: Sandra van der Laan
Associate Professor Sandra Van Der Laan was interviewed on 3CR Melbourne and JOY FM Melbourne about the social dimensions of business ethics in light of allegations surrounding the Shane Warne Foundation.
ABC News Canberra
Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton and Corinne Mulley
Dr Geoffrey Clifton and Professor Corinne Mulley were interviewed on ABC News Canberra about the perception of and investment in light rail in relation to a rapid transit system proposed for Canberra.
By Antony Ting
The Conversation published an opinion piece authored by Associate Professor Antony Ting about the tax structures of Uber and Airbnb in Australia. Read more
By Sandra van der Laan
Associate Professor Sandra van der Laan authored an opinion piece for the Conversation about about actions taken by the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission to address compliance issues. Read more
By Ian Wilkinson
The Conversation published an article co-authored by Honorary Professor Ian Wilkinson about the evidence supporting the case for bonuses to be rewarded to groups rather than individuals. Read more
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola argues that when considering creating shared value (CSV) across organisations, we must take a nuanced approach, moving away from understanding CSV in organisations as a dichotomy, but rather considering its application as a continuum.
Dr Richard Seymour, Director of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program, shares how entrepreneurship education is developing economic opportunities for women and people with disabilities in Myanmar, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Moving beyond CSR, which is seen as peripheral and more messaging than reality, the concept of dual mandate is an important development, with the important distinction of meeting a minimum mandated deliverable on both financial and social measures.
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