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Business School in the Media

  • Auditors called in as councils bulge at the waste 22 Oct 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Dr Rohan Miller was interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald on the monitoring of household waste habits by local councils.

  • Gough Whitlam reforms still benefiting the economy to this day 21 Oct 2014

    ABC News 24, The Business

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan was interviewed on ABC News 24, The Business, about Gough Whitlam's economic reforms and their impact on the economy to this day.

  • Geoffrey Garrett's first 100 days 20 Oct 2014

    The Daily Pennsylvanian

    Staff Member: Gregory Whitwell

    The Daily Pennsylvanian (US) quotes Professor Greg Whitwell in a story about former Business School Dean Professor Geoff Garrett who celebrated his first 100 days as Dean of Wharton.

  • Divestment: does it achieve anything? 16 Oct 2014

    Radio National Bush Telegraph

    Staff Member: Danika Wright

    Radio National's Bush Telegraph interviews Dr Danika Wright about ANU's divestment from several resource companies.

  • Are Irish workers deserting Australia? 15 Oct 2014

    RTE Radio Ireland

    Staff Member: Chris F. Wright

    Dr Chris F. Wright is interviewed about the fall in visas for Irish migrant workers in Australia.

  • Transport Opinion Survey 14 Oct 2014

    ABC News Radio Drive

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    ABC NewsRadio Melbourne Drive interviewed Professor David Hensher from the Business School about a new report finding one in four employees could work from home.

  • Fat Chance 13 Oct 2014

    ABC Four Corners

    Staff Member: Teresa Davis

    ABC Four Corners interviewed Associate Professor Teresa Davis from the Business School about marketing of fast foods to young people.

  • What China-Russia mega gas deal means 13 Oct 2014

    Yahoo Finance

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    China hopes that the $400 billion deal can cement its status as a stable energy supplier, says Hans Hendrischke

  • Is cycling to work really faster than the train? We put Clover Moore's claims to the test 10 Oct 2014

    The Daily Telegraph

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves and Richard Ellison

    Research by Associate Professor Stephen Greaves and Dr Richard Ellison into cycling in Sydney is mentioned in a Daily Telegraph article.

  • New data shows location of glass ceiling 09 Oct 2014

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Marian Baird and Rae Cooper

    The Australian Financial Review quotes Professor Marian Baird and Associate Professor Rae Cooper about research by the University of Sydney Business School and BOSS into gender diversity across S&P/ASX 100 companies.

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