Business School in the Media
G20 Brisbane: Five corporate tax havens around the world and how the summit can crack down on them 13 Nov 2014
Staff Member: Antony Ting
ABC News takes a look at the largest tax havens in the world in the lead up to the G20 summit. Dr Antony Ting is quoted in the article.
Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke
CNBC interviews Professor Hans Hendrischke about a rail contract with a Chinese-led consortium revoked in Mexico.
ABC Triple J
Staff Member: Chris F. Wright
ABC's Triple J Hack program interviews Chris F. Wright on the proposal to allow unrestricted migration between Australia and the UK.
The Daily Telegraph
Staff Member: David A. Chaikin
The Sunday Telegraph interviews Associate Professor David A. Chaikin in a story about money laundering in Australia.
Business students mix it with corporate big guns 01 Nov 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Staff Member: Jeaney Yip
Dr Jeaney Yip is quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article about the benefits of university students taking part in competitions.
Staff Member: Claudine Moutou
Dr Claudine Moutou is quoted in a Project Manager Magaizine article about how today's infrastructure project leaders are using apps and data to solve transport problems.
Racing clubs battle against the odds 01 Nov 2014
Australian Financial Review
Staff Member: Rohan Miller
Dr Rohan Miller is quoted in an Australian Financial Review article about the Australian racing industry.
Forget the title fights, let's see some action 01 Nov 2014
Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times
Staff Member: Marian Baird
Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times quote Professor Marian Baird in a story about feminism and issues facing Australian women in the workforce.
A study on business leaders reveals a significant number of CEO's are born in the country 31 Oct 2014
Radio National Bush Telegraph
Staff Member: Richard Hall
Professor Richard Hall is interviewd by the Bush Telegraph on research into the birthplace, education and career path of Australia's top 100 chief executives
Unlocking Sydney's traffic gridlock: future bottlenecks will be en route to business parks, not the CBD 29 Oct 2014
The Daily Telegraph
Staff Member: David Hensher
Professor David Hensher is quoted in a Daily Telegraph article about easing congestion in Sydney.