High frequency share trading, which favours “predatory strategies that queue jump institutional and retail investors”, is having a toxic effect on Australia financial markets, according to researchers at the Business School. More
A leading transport expert has called on Australian governments to reconsider major new urban roads projects in favour of radical urban design measures aimed at halting the growth in private motor vehicle use in the nation’s major cities. More
The UN’s definition of a refugee is a simple one - a person who has been driven from their home by war or fear of persecution based of their race, religion, political views or nationality.
The Boston Globe
Staff Member: Dan Lovallo
Professor Dan Lovallo was quoted in an article in the Boston Globe about research on the effectiveness of slower and more strategic thinking in business leaders and investors.
2HC Coffs Harbour
Staff Member: Jamie Alcock
2HC Coffs Harbour interviewed Associate Professor Jamie Alcock about negative gearing by property investors.
SBS World News
Staff Member: Stefan Volk
SBS Radio interviewed Stefan Volk about a study on whether multilingual employees experience more incidence of stress-related illness.
By Dimitria Groutsis and Diane van den Broek
Dimitria Groutsis and Diane van den Broek co-authored an opinion piece in The Age about the treatment of asylum seekers in Greece. Read more
Sydney Morning Herald
By Jamie Alcock
Associate Professor Jamie Alcock authored an opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald about the significance of the Reserve Bank of Australia entering the debate on negative gearing. Read more
Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times
By Suresh Cuganesan
Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times published an article by Professor Suresh Cuganesan about how a strategic approach to economic reform is vital following the Greek crisis. Read more
What does big data really mean? Professor Sally Wood discusses the latest research, insights and opportunities for Australian businesses in our latest opinion box video.
Australians are increasingly at risk of making the wrong decisions in crucial areas, such as superannuation investments, because of poor levels of financial literacy. Professor Susan Thorp discusses the current research being undertaken to improve financial literacy levels worldwide.
Dr Stephen Clibborn, Associate Lecturer, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies, discusses his research into undocumented immigrant workers, and closing the gap between our immigration and employment laws.