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Business School in the Media

  • Professor David Chaikin on 702 ABC Sydney 03 Jan 2017

    702 ABC Sydney

    Staff Member: David A. Chaikin

    702 ABC Sydney interviewed Professor David Chaikin about an Indian business asking the Federal Government for a $1 billion subsidy to help build Australia’s biggest coal mine.

  • Dr Rohan Miller on Channel 7's The Daily Edition 03 Jan 2017

    The Daily Edition

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    The Daily Edition interviewed Dr Rohan Miller about the financial implications of Christmas and Boxing Day sales in Australia.

  • China’s ‘open door’ policy 03 Jan 2017

    Asia Pacific Daily (Hong Kong) and Hong Kong China News Agency

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Asia Pacific Daily (Hong Kong) and Hong Kong China News Agency quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about China’s ‘open door’ policy.

  • Professor Hans Hendrischke on 2CA Canberra 01 Jan 2017

    2CA Canberra

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on 2CA Canberra about opportunities from the Free Trade Agreement with China in 2017.

  • Over-50s can adapt to new jobs and technology: research 27 Dec 2016

    The Sydney Morning Herald and Age

    Staff Member: Leanne Cutcher

    The Sydney Morning Herald and Age quoted Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher about age discrimination in the workforce, often experienced by employees over 50 year olds.

  • Uber, Airtasker: new world of work is not without problem 27 Dec 2016

    AFR Weekend

    Staff Member: Professor John Buchanan

    Professor John Buchanan was quoted in the AFR Weekend about the future of the Australian workforce, which he says is akin to a ‘Tinder economy’.

  • AU$ 100 note to be scrapped? 26 Dec 2016

    SBS Radio

    Staff Member: Quan Gan

    Quan Gan was interviewed by SBS Radio on the federal government potentially looking into banning the Australian $100 note.

  • Taxpayer bill for cashback scheme on Sydney toll roads hits $1.5 billion - and climbing 19 Dec 2016

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Christopher Standen

    PhD candidate Christopher Standen was quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald about modelling that estimated that by 2026, tolls on cars using the M5 South West will reach $5.75.

  • Everything you need to know about the Australian economy 13 Dec 2016

    Business Insider

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Business Insider referenced the Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia report produced by the University of Sydney and KPMG.

  • ‘The rich are the only winners from corporate tax cuts’ 13 Dec 2016

    The New Daily

    Staff Member: Antony Ting

    Associate Professor Antony Ting from the Business School was quoted in The New Daily about an international trend in corporate tax cuts.

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