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Business School in the Media

  • Questions over the assumptions in NBN cost-benefit analysis 27 Aug 2014

    ABC The World Today

    Staff Member: Kai Riemer

    Associate Professor Kai Riemer is interviewed on Radio National's the World Today about the cost-benefit analysis released by the government on the NBN project.

  • Slightly faster now is better than super fast later 27 Aug 2014

    ABC News The Business

    Staff Member: Kai Riemer

    ABC News The Business reports on the model for the National Broadband Network. Associate Professor Kai Riemer is interviewed by the program on the topic.

  • WiseTech Global Launches World-First Supply Chain Education Program 26 Aug 2014

    WiseTech Global

    Staff Member: Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya

    Leading logistics software developer partners with top universities and training institutions to offer students industry-ready training in supply chain technology.

  • British airports hold upper hand on carbon footprint 22 Aug 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert and Corinne Mulley

    The Australian mentions a paper co-authored by Dr Rico Merkert and Professor Corinne Mulley into the study of how to develop public ground transportation strategies to reduce carbon footprint.

  • How much can you trust your favourite brand? 20 Aug 2014

    The Wire

    Staff Member: Gregory Whitwell

    Radio Adelaide's The Wire interviews Professor Gregory Whitwell about how companies can be more socially and environmentally responsible.

  • The Reserve Bank Governor admits he can cut interest rates but can't raise business confidence 20 Aug 2014

    ABC The Business

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan is interviewed by ABC News The Business about economic growth and growing wage inequality.

  • Gotta be First in line for iPhone 6 19 Aug 2014

    The Wire

    Staff Member: Marylouise Caldwell

    Radio Adelaide's The Wire interviews Associate Professor Marylouise Caldwell about the launch of the new iPhone 6 and why being the first to own it gives you social status.

  • Qantas should focus on domestic business 18 Aug 2014

    4BC

    Staff Member: Tony Webber

    Tony Webber is interviewed by R04BC Brisbane about reports Qantas Airways plans to cut major costs of its international operations.

  • Staff cop sexual harassment as part of service 17 Aug 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    The Sydney Morning Herald reports on a sexual harassment case and mentions research co-authored by Dr Rae Cooper about why many employees in the retail industry do not report abuse.

  • Childcare reforms would still punish mothers who work too much 16 Aug 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Marian Baird and Rae Cooper

    The Sydney Morning Herald quotes Marian Baird and Rae Cooper in an article about how mothers who work more than two days a week will continue to suffer economically despite the productivity commission's plan to improve their participation in the workforce.

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