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Business School in the Media

  • Discrimination law fails pregnant women who lose their jobs 30 May 2016

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Alexandra Heron

    Research Associate Alexandra Heron co-authored an article published in The Conversation about the application of discrimination law to pregnant women who lose their jobs.

  • Rico Merkert on 2CC Canberra 30 May 2016

    2CC Canberra

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Dr Rico Merkert was quoted by 2CC Canberra about research from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies which found Australia’s major airlines are among the most efficient and resilient in the world.

  • Hans Hendrischke on Radio National 29 May 2016

    Radio National

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Radio National interviewed Professor Hans Hendrischke about Chinese investment in Australia’s agricultural sector.

  • Chinese investors make presence felt 27 May 2016

    China Daily

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    China Daily quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke from the Business School about Chinese investment in Australia.

  • NSW residents living past 100 to increase tenfold by 2056 26 May 2016

    ABC PM, ABC 666 Canberra

    Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher

    Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher spoke to ABC radio (PM, 666 Canberra) about her research showing the most innovative businesses are those where age discrimination does not occur, in the context of the Intergenerational Report.

  • Coalition promises crackdown on unscrupulous employers 19 May 2016

    Radio National

    Staff Member: Stephen Clibborn

    Dr Stephen Clibborn's research on underpaid workers was quoted by ABC Radio National in a question to the Minister for Employment, Michaelia Cash.

  • Coalition plans crackdown on 7-Eleven-style wage theft 19 May 2016

    The Guardian

    Staff Member: Stephen Clibborn

    Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted by the Guardian about his research on international students in Sydney earning less than the minimum wage, after the Coalition announced a policy to prevent wage theft.

  • Millennials at work don’t see themselves as millennials 18 May 2016

    The Conversation, The Epoch Times, 6PR Perth

    Staff Member: Steven Hitchcock

    The Conversation and Epoch Times (Singapore) published an article authored by Steven Hitchcock from the Business School about the self-perception of millennials in the workplace. He was also interviewed about the topic on 6PR Perth.

  • John Buchanan on Radio National 17 May 2016

    Radio National

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    Radio National Breakfast interviewed Professor John Buchanan about state partnership agreements on educational training.

  • Technology helping us to understand what the transport needs are 14 May 2016

    DrivenMedia

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    David Brown talks to Dr Stephen Greaves who is Professor in Transport Management at Sydney University Business School.

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