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Business School in the Media

  • Dons get jump on Game of Thrones finale 29 Jun 2016

    The Australian, The Australian's High Wired

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    The Australian and The Australian's High Wired reported University of Sydney academics have given their predictions on which character will rule the Iron Throne in the popular Game of Thrones television show in a video produced by the University. Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted.

  • Fun's in the fringe at Australia's 'dreary' election 27 Jun 2016

    BBC

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    BBC (UK) quoted Dr Rohan Miller about the contrast between Australia’s Federal Election campaign and Britain's EU referendum and the United States presidential campaign.

  • The MBA students who work with CEOs 26 Jun 2016

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Eric Knight

    The Australian Financial Review reported 25 MBA students are involved in a project with the National Australian Bank subsidiary UBank, which will see the students working with senior business leaders. Dr Eric Knight was quoted.

  • We need action to get more women into politics (oh, and it's 2016) 23 Jun 2016

    ABC The Drum

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    Associate Professor Rae Cooper and PhD candidate Sally Hanna-Osborne wrote an opinion piece for The Drum on the representation of women in parliament.

  • Do first home buyers still need a leg up? 22 Jun 2016

    News.com.au

    Staff Member: Jamie Alcock

    Associate Professor Jamie Alcock was interviewed by news.com.au about housing affordability and interest rates.

  • Retirement protection: Hong Kong can learn from Australia’s ‘sliding scale’ principle, experts say 20 Jun 2016

    South China Morning Post

    Staff Member: Susan Thorp

    South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) quoted Professor Susan Thorp about retirement protection and Australia’s ‘sliding scale’ principle.

  • Treat older workers with respect, it makes sound business sense 18 Jun 2016

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher

    An opinion piece in The Weekend Australian referenced a forthcoming study by Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher, which finds that the most innovative companies are those where employee age is not an influential factor.

  • John Buchanan on ABC NewsRadio 18 Jun 2016

    ABC NewsRadio

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan spoke to ABC NewsRadio about Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s internship plan to reduce unemployment.

  • Trial of two privileged men gives insight into the world of Sydney high society 17 Jun 2016

    ABC News

    Staff Member: Danika Wright

    ABC 7.30 interviewed Dr Danika Wright about insider trading in relation to the high-profile case of Sydney businessmen Oliver Curtis and John Hartman.

  • Hans Hendrischke on SBS Radio 16 Jun 2016

    SBS German

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Professor Hans Hendrischke spoke to SBS Deutsch Radio about the economic interdependence of Australia, China and the US.

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