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Business School in the Media

  • How global cities compete 15 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    Staff Member: Bo Nielsen

    Today more than half the world’s population lives in cities, and this trend is expected to continue. As 1.5 million people move to cities every week, the country level competition is redefined at the city level. So how do cities compete with each other? We talk to Professor Bo Nielsen to find out.

  • Can we increase productivity by working less? 15 Mar 2017

    SBS (Online)

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan was quoted on SBS Online about shifting levels of unemployment throughout Australian history in relation to the Greens’ proposal.

  • What are the merits of a four-day working week? 15 Mar 2017

    ABC Radio (NewsRadio, Canberra, Perth, Newcastle)

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan responded to a proposal for a four-day working week and reduced working hours on ABC Radio (NewsRadio, Canberra, Perth, Newcastle).

  • China’s economic refocus plan has risks, but a must 14 Mar 2017

    Borneo Bulletin, East Day

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Borneo Bulletin (Indonesia) and East Day (China) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about China’s economic growth goals.

  • Luke Mangan apologises for pop-up dinner event failure citing 'challenges' 13 Mar 2017

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times quoted Dr Rohan Miller about the reputational risk for brands involved in pop-up experiential dining events.

  • Recruiting outside the box Part 1 on Best Practice 11 Mar 2017

    ABC RadioNational (Best Practice)

    Staff Member: John Shields

    Professor John Shields was interviewed by Radio National (Best Practice) about why recruiters are choosing to hire graduates with diverse degrees.

  • Marian Baird on ABC Radio (The World Today) 10 Mar 2017

    ABC Radio (The World Today)

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    ABC Radio (The World Today) interviewed Professor Marian Baird about mothers returning to work after the birth of a child, in the context of Federal Labor MP Kate Ellis announcing her resignation from politics.

  • Why employers should embrace the ‘all roles flex’ policy 10 Mar 2017

    Human Capital Magazine

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    Human Capital Magazine (online) quoted Associated Professor Rae Cooper about why organisations should adopt flexible working arrangements as a means of breaking down gender equality barriers in workplaces.

  • International Women's Day: is this the best time to be a woman? 08 Mar 2017

    triple j Hack

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird was interviewed on triple j’s Hack program about a range of issues relating to International Women’s Day including the gendered nature of some work, the increasing proportion of young women at universities and the career progression of working mothers.

  • Feds inject funds to explore digital, evolving vehicle technologies 08 Mar 2017


    Staff Member: David Hensher

    The Director of the ITLS, Professor David Hensher, was quoted in CIO about the government's investment in intelligent transport systems research.

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