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Business School in the Media

  • ‘It’s causing untold damage’: Coles is slammed by experts for continuing to hand out free plastic bags after the ban 12 Jul 2018

    Daily Mail

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Daily Mail interviewed Dr Rohan Miller on the decision by Coles not to adhere to a plastic bag ban, saying that plastic bags were doing untold damage to the environment.

  • John Buchanan on 2GB Sydney 11 Jul 2018

    2GB Sydney

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    2GB Sydney interviewed Professor John Buchanan on new figures from the Bureau of Statistics, which show a 30 percent increase in the number in the workforce taking on second jobs, saying that the hours are hazardous to health.

  • 'We're not being trusted': Teachers drowning in paperwork at expense of teaching 09 Jul 2018

    Campus Morning Mail, Daily Advertiser, Illawarra Mercury, Barrier Daily Truth, and MSN

    Staff Member: Susan McGrath-Champ

    Campus Morning Mail, Daily Advertiser, Illawarra Mercury, Barrier Daily Truth, and MSN reported on a study by University of Sydney researchers, commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation, finding 97 percent of teachers reported an increase in administration duties since the Local Schools, Local Decision state policy was introduced. Associate Professor Susan McGrath-Champ was quoted.

  • Survey finds it’s tough for teachers 09 Jul 2018

    2SM Sydney, Classic Rock Radio and Power FM Illawarra

    Staff Member: Susan McGrath-Champ

    2SM Sydney, Classic Rock Radio and Power FM Illawarra reported on a study by University of Sydney researchers, commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation, finding 97 percent of teachers reported an increase in administration duties since the Local Schools, Local Decision state policy was introduced.

  • 'We're not being trusted': Teachers drowning in paperwork at expense of teaching 08 Jul 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Susan McGrath-Champ

    Sydney Morning Herald reported a study by University of Sydney researchers, commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation, found 97 percent of teachers reported an increase in administration duties since the Local Schools, Local Decision state policy. Lead author Associate Professor Susan-McGrath Champ from the Business School was quoted about the study, which was co-authored with Dr Rachel Wilson from the School of Education and Social Work. The article was syndicated across Fairfax Media.

  • US Supreme Court puts Amazon, Google in tax sights around the world 08 Jul 2018

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: Antony Ting

    Australian Financial Review quoted Associate Professor Antony Ting on a US Supreme Court decision that will impact how technology companies pay tax.

  • Rico Merkert in Børsen (Denmark) 08 Jul 2018

    Børsen

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Borsen (Denmark) quoted Professor Rico Merkert on airports around the world not being able to cope with the growing demand in air travel.

  • Wage growth climbing across the industries 06 Jul 2018

    Australian Financial Review

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    The Australian Financial Review quoted Professor John Buchanan on recent wage increases and whether they are due to a surge in union-negotiated bargaining.

  • Drive now, pay later: Andrews government outsources suburban roads fix 06 Jul 2018

    The Age

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    The Age quoted Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies, about public-private partnerships in transport infrastructure.

  • Rossair calls in administrators 05 Jul 2018

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    The Australian quoted Professor Rico Merkert on Australia’s airline charter market after Adelaide-based Rossair announced it had gone into voluntary administration.

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