Business School in the Media
Cycling at the Crossroads 09 Jul 2016
The Saturday Paper
Staff Member: Stephen Greaves
Professor Stephen Greaves was quoted in The Saturday Paper about new cycling legislation in NSW and the strict enforcement of the laws.
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Saturday Age and Sun Herald
Staff Member: John Shields
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Saturday Age and Sun Herald quoted Professor John Shields about the need to improve performance reviews rather than abandon the practice.
Staff Member: Tim Mahlberg
The Conversation published an opinion piece by Tim Mahlberg, PhD candidate at the University of Sydney Business School, about the co-living trend.
Staff Member: Marian Baird
ABC (PM, 666 Canberra, 720 Perth) interviewed Professor Marian Baird about how the major parties engaged with the concerns of women in the federal election.
Staff Member: Shumi Akhtar
The Guardian published an opinion by Dr Shumi Akhtar about what the outcome of the election will mean for retirees.
Foreign observers voice praise 02 Jul 2016
Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke
China Daily (China) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about how China has helped other counties overcome financial problems.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday Age, Stuff (NZ), The Border Mail
Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher, Barbara Foweraker
The Sydney Morning Herald and Saturday Age quoted research from Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher and PhD candidate Barbara Foweraker about older males working in the pharmaceutical industry.
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.
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.