Business School in the Media
Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke
Bloomberg mentioned the agribusiness report produced by KPMG and Hans Hendrischke in an article about the Prime Minister's pledge to turn north Australia into a food bowl.
Professor of the week - David Walters 28 Nov 2013
Staff Member: David Walters
Every week a business school professor, an expert in his or her field, defines a key term on FT Lexicon, online economics, business and finance glossary. Professor Walters explains why he thinks it is important to understand Mittelstand.
Should Qantas be subsidised or foreign owned? 28 Nov 2013
ABC RN Drive
Staff Member: Tony Webber
Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed on Radio National Drive about the Qantas Sale Act and potential of overseas interest in Australia's national carrier. He was also interviewed on 891 ABC Adelaide, 666 ABC Canberra, 702 ABC Sydney, 936 ABC Hobart, ABC NewsRadio Mornings and Afternoons, ABC Capricornia, ABC the Drum and 774 ABC Melbourne.
Qantas disadvantaged 26 Nov 2013
Staff Member: Rico Merkert
Senior Lecturer Rico Merkert was interviewed on SBS Radio about Qantas, Lufthansa and the competitive environment of international airlines.
Childcare worker betrayal worsens gender gap 26 Nov 2013
Staff Member: Marian Baird
Professor Marian Baird talks about the gender pay gap in the childcare sector.
Junk food advertising to kids 25 Nov 2013
Staff Member: Teresa Davis
Big food and drink companies are under fire from health advocates and parents for bombarding children with junk food advertising and sophisticated marketing techniques.
Sydney's weekend traffic not only rivals weekday peak hour but also lasts through most of the day 23 Nov 2013
The Sunday Telegraph
Staff Member: Stephen Greaves
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from ITLS was quoted in a Sunday Telegraph story about weekend traffic.
Staff Member: Kai Riemer
Kai Riemer's work on Enterprise Social Network adoption is discussed in the context of the 2014 E20 Summit in Paris.
Traffic congestion plea 20 Nov 2013
Staff Member: David Hensher
Today Tonight interviews David Hensher about about traffic solutions for congestion on our roads.
GrainCorp controversy explained 19 Nov 2013
Staff Member: Max Baker
Max Baker was interviewed by The Wire for his expert opinion on the government's pending decision to allow the sale of our largest publicly listed agribusinesses, GrainCorp, to giant American company Archer Daniels Midland.