The Business School has seen a dramatic rise in the number of school leavers wishing to join its Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) program this year. More
The Business is to add core “inclusive leadership” units to its undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce degree program which will reflect its commitment to “leadership for good”. More
Ground breaking HIV diagnostic technology has won financial support from an investment fund backed by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda. More
ABC South East SA
Staff Member: Wei Li
Wei Li was interviewed on ABC South East SA about businesses that sell ‘fresh air’ to residents in highly polluted cities such as Beijing and Shanghai.
Staff Member: John Buchanan
ABC Gippsland interviewed Professor John Buchanan about strategies for negotiating a pay rise.
Staff Member: Greg Whitwell
ABC NewsRadio interviewed Professor Greg Whitwell about the School’s decision to add core inclusive leadership units to its undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce degree.
By Antony Ting
The Conversation published an opinion piece by Associate Professor Antony Ting about changes to Australian law to take action against multinational tax avoidance. Read more
By Christopher Wright
The Guardian published an article by Professor Christopher Wright about balancing climate change fears and the reality of business. Read more
The New Zealand Herald
By Michael Rafferty
The New Zealand Herald published an opinion piece by Dr Michael Rafferty about the difference between a market correction and a bear market in light of the recent volatility in the share market. Read more
Despite the well-established business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce, a survey of some of Australia's most diversity-aware companies highlight the need for more rigour. Video 2 of 2.
Despite the well-established business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce, a survey of some of Australia's most diversity-aware companies highlight the need for more rigour. Part 1 of 2.
New research has found that the growing network of toll roads means many motorists are increasingly hitting their financial limit, which has major implications for patronage forecasting and toll roads throughout the city.
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