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Business School In the Media

  • Coal casts a shadow over the Paris climate summit 30 Nov 2015

    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.

  • Sandra Van Der Laan on 3CR Melbourne and JOY FM Melbourne 30 Nov 2015

    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.

  • Canberra light rail: Fast track to the future or start of new set of problems? 27 Nov 2015

    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.


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Ranjit Voola

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.

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Richard Seymour

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.

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Michael Katz

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.