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Business School in the Media

  • In Australia and the US, sound climate policy is being held hostage by vested interests 07 Feb 2017

    The Guardian

    Staff Member: Christopher Wright

    Professor Christopher Wright co-authored an article with Professor Michael Mann from Pennsylvania State University, published in The Guardian. The article argued that sound, evidence-based climate policy is overrun by groups with vested interests.

  • ‘Mumpreneurs’ are setting up their own businesses in search of a better work-life balance 06 Feb 2017

    Inner West Courier

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted in the Inner West Courier about the rising number of working mothers who start their own businesses and women’s participation in the workforce.

  • Who Moved My Cheese? Australia & China to Exchange Tax Data Under Common Reporting Standard 03 Feb 2017

    SBS

    Staff Member: Quan Gan

    In a bid to fight tax evasion and support greater tax transparency, Australia and China will automatically exchange information on the financial accounts held by each others residents according to OECD Common Reporting Standard from Jan 1 2017. Who will be affected? Mandarin Producer Alan Qu interviewed Senior Lecture of Finance Quan Gan from The University of Sydney Business School.

  • Tigerair Australia gives up on Bali flights 03 Feb 2017

    The Rakyat Post (Malaysia), Indian Express, India, Gulf Times, UAE, CNBC, Malang Today, Indonesia, The New Paper, Singapore and NASDAQ, USA

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    The Rakyat Post (Malaysia), Indian Express, India, Gulf Times, UAE, CNBC, Malang Today, Indonesia, The New Paper, Singapore and NASDAQ, USA quoted Professor Rico Merkert about airline Tigerair Australia ceasing flights to Indonesia.

  • A woman, Sally McManus, is likely to head ACTU for the first time 02 Feb 2017

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper on the shifting gendered perception of union members, following news Sally McManus is tipped to be secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

  • How East Asia's cities will change the world 01 Feb 2017

    In The Black

    Staff Member: Vikas Kumar

    Vikas Kumar was quoted in, In The Black, about the impact of growing populations in East Asia’s cities.

  • Rise of the fatherhood penalty is concerning 01 Feb 2017

    Goondiwindi Argus

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird from the Business School was quoted in Goondiwindi Argus about the slow shift in Australian workplaces recognising the realities of the modern working father.

  • 'Don't tune out': Violent pedestrian safety ad intended to hit hard 01 Feb 2017

    Channel 7 News (Sydney), Southern Cross Tasmania and Prime 7 News (Wagga Wagga)

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Channel 7 News (Sydney), Southern Cross Tasmania and Prime 7 News (Wagga Wagga) interviewed Dr Rohan Miller about the effectiveness of a graphic advertisement in changing driver’s behaviour and raising awareness of the dangers of using a mobile phone while driving.

  • What economists and tax experts think of the company tax cut 01 Feb 2017

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Antony Ting

    Associate Professor Antony Ting from the Business School was quoted in The Conversation about countries reducing their company tax rates, and the impact this has on multinational tax avoidance.

  • Professor John Buchanan on ABC Radio National Drive 31 Jan 2017

    ABC Radio National Drive

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    ABC Radio National Drive interviewed Professor John Buchanan about the Federal Government and Federal Opposition’s policies on job creation and apprenticeships.

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