Tiffany Wu is a big fan of the American political drama “House of Cards”. Of course, the television series is fictional but it definitely added a certain je ne sais quoi to her internship on Washington’s Capitol Hill. More
At least 60 percent of international students who work in Sydney are being paid below the federally mandated minimum wage of $17.29 per hour, according to a University of Sydney Business School survey. More
Chinese investment is again growing strongly and involving new industries such as healthcare, according to the latest Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia report compiled by KPMG and the University of Sydney Business School. More
Radio New Zealand, International Business Times
Staff Member: Michael Katz
Radio New Zealand and International Business Times (AU) quoted Dr Michael Katz about his research on the economic impact of legalising medicinal cannabinoids.
Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher was interviewed on 6PR Perth about her upcoming research on age discrimination in the workplace.
Staff Member: Stephen Clibborn
ABC Illawarra spoke to Dr Stephen Clibborn about his research on the exploitation of international students in some Australian workplaces.
By Rae Cooper
The Conversation and Women's Agenda published an article by Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the need for trade unions to appeal to women. Read more
Sydney Morning Herald
By Stephen Clibborn
Dr Stephen Clibborn authored an article in the Sydney Morning Herald urging the government to take action to stop the underpayment of migrant workers in Australia. Read more
The Conversation, EconoTimes
By Danika Wright
Danika Wright authored an article for The Conversation about the latest Australian housing finance statistics. Read more
Dr Shumi Akhtar examines implications of the Panama Papers – a set of 11.5 million documents providing information on tax havens used by high profile individuals and businesses.
Will online alternative financing replace the banks? Dr Andrew Grant discusses the first comprehensive study of the sector in the Asia-Pacific region. Part 1 of 2.
Online alternative finance is growing in record numbers, according to the first comprehensive study of the sector in the Asia-Pacific region. Part 2 or 2.
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