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Business School in the Media

  • "Smog is China's new normal" University of Sydney expert commented 11 Dec 2015

    SBS Radio and 2TM Tamworth

    Staff Member: Wei Li

    Dr Wei Li from the Business School was interviewed on SBS Radio and 2TM Tamworth about the pollution and smog in Beijing being raised to the first ever 'red alert' level.

  • PM Malcolm Turnbull seeks advice from Gillian Triggs on sex discrimination commissioner appointment 10 Dec 2015

    Daily Life

    Staff Member: Marian Baird and Rae Cooper

    Professor Marian Baird and Associate Professor Rae Cooper were quoted in Daily Life about the appointment of the Federal Sex Discrimination Commissioner.

  • Paris Climate vs Big Business 08 Dec 2015

    2SER FM

    Staff Member: Christopher Wright

    Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on 2SER FM about the final negotiations at the Paris Climate Summit.

  • Labour flow would lift Sydney fin services 08 Dec 2015

    Financial Observer

    Staff Member: Eric Knight

    Financial Observer quoted Dr Eric Knight about a report he co-authored that found Sydney could improve its status as an international financial centre by making skilled migration easier and more attractive for Asian financial professionals.

  • Sydney hitting the finance big leagues 08 Dec 2015


    Staff Member: Eric Knight

    Dr Eric Knight was quoted in an article about his research that ranks the major international finance centres based on investment banking fees billed from cross-border deals.

  • Sydney in the top ten international financial centres 08 Dec 2015

    Banking Day

    Staff Member: Eric Knight

    Banking Day reports that Sydney been ranked as the world's tenth largest international finance centre, according to a new study by Dr Eric Knight Sydney.

  • Businesswomen at the coalface of colonial Sydney 05 Dec 2015

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    At a recent conference to mark the 40th anniversary of Anne Summers’ seminal work of feminist history Damned Whores and God’s Police, ACTU president Ged Kearney lamented that working-class women are still written out of Australia’s national story.

  • Australia's charity sector worth more than $100 billion: landmark report 04 Dec 2015

    ABC - AM

    Staff Member: Sandra van der Laan

    Associate Professor Sandra van der Laan from the Business School was interviewed on ABC about a report released by the Charities and Not for Profits Commission on the final financial state of Australia’s 55,000 charities, with billions of dollars in donations remaining unaccounted for.

  • Campaigns making a splash 04 Dec 2015

    China Daily Asia

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Marketing strategies bolster profits as bottled water firms target health-conscious consumers.

  • Personal Data Potentially Exposed By Relentless Attacks On Australian Government Computers 04 Dec 2015

    Huffington Post

    Staff Member: Philip Seltsikas

    The Huffington Post quoted Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas from the Business School about concerns over the digitisation of personal data and why the Bureau of Meteorology was targeted in a cyber-attack.

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