A panel of experts including Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick have debunked a series of myths on 'women and leadership' and called for greater gender equality in the workplace and more women in key roles. More
The Business School's commitment to experiential learning and industry engagement has again paid dividends with two undergraduate teams qualifying for the finals of Microsoft's prestigious Protege competition. More
The Abbott Government's workplace reform agenda, including the current Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance controls over the construction industry and changes to the Fair Work Australia Act, will be some of the topics discussed at this year's Labour Law Conference. More
The Australian mentions a paper co-authored by Dr Rico Merkert and Professor Corinne Mulley into the study of how to develop public ground transportation strategies to reduce carbon footprint.
Staff Member: Rico Merkert and Corinne Mulley
ABC The Business
Professor John Buchanan is interviewed by ABC News The Business about economic growth and growing wage inequality.
Staff Member: John Buchanan
Radio Adelaide's The Wire interviews Professor Gregory Whitwell about how companies can be more socially and environmentally responsible.
Staff Member: Gregory Whitwell
By Dan Cass
In an opinion piece following the repeal of the carbon tax, Dan Cass suggests focusing efforts on renewable energy, rather than a price on carbon, as a way to implement positive changes. Read more
By Antony Ting
Dr Antony Ting authors an opinion piece published in the Conversation on Treasurer Joe Hockey's planned improvements to Australia's tax system to address international tax avoidance by multinational enterprises. Read more
The Daily Telegraph
By Rae Cooper
In an opinion piece, Associate Professor Rae Cooper discusses that while community attitudes and workplace policies around flexible work arrangements to accommodate family commitments have slowly started to change, there is more work to be done. Read more
Associate Professor Kai Riemer discusses the Business School's research into digital disruption. Learn more at DISRUPT.SYDNEY on 26 September, an event to explore the nature and implications of Digital Disruption from multiple angles.
Dr Eric Knight's latest book, Why We Argue About Climate Change, takes on one of the most contentious policy issues in Australia and in international politics. He discusses what he believes to be at the heart of the debate, and the critical role of entrepreneurs and small businesses in the solution.
Dr Rico Merkert, Senior Lecturer in Aviation Management at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, discusses the announcement of a second Sydney airport in Badgerys Creek.