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Business School in the Media

  • Hidden figures. Women manage money better 04 Mar 2017

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age and Sunday Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Joakim Westerholm

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age and Sunday Canberra Times mentioned Associate Professor Joakim Westerholm has collected Finnish data on the stock market performance of women and men during the Global Financial Crisis.

  • How the 457 visa ban will affect Rockhampton's unemployed 04 Mar 2017

    Morning Bulletin

    Staff Member: Chris F. Wright

    Morning Bulletin and other regional newspapers quoted Dr Chris F Wright the Federal Government’s decision to repeal the 457 visa for fast food companies.

  • Global finance: How penalty rate cut affects Australia employment market? 03 Mar 2017

    SBS Cantonese

    Staff Member: Wei Li

    SBS Cantonese interviewed Dr Wei Li from the Business School about the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday penalty rates for the hospitality and retail industries.

  • Professor Michael Bell on ABC Radio National 02 Mar 2017

    ABC Radio National

    Staff Member: Michael Bell

    ABC Radio National interviewed Professor Michael Bell about the economics of ports in Australia.

  • Fast food 457 visa ban unlikely to alleviate youth unemployment 02 Mar 2017

    Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times and SBS World News

    Staff Member: Chris F Wright

    Dr Chris F Wright was quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald, Age, Canberra Times and SBS World News about the Federal Government’s decision to repeal the 457 visa for fast food companies.

  • Professor Marian Baird quoted in Sing Tao Daily (China) 28 Feb 2017

    Sing Tao Daily (China)

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Sing Tao Daily (China) quoted Professor Marian Baird about the disproportionate and negative impact the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday penalty rates will have on women.

  • Sunday penalty rates to dominate as parliament resumes 27 Feb 2017

    SBS (World News, Online)

    Staff Member: Rae Cooper

    SBS (World News, Online) interviewed Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the impact of the Commission’s decision on women in the workforce.

  • WestConnex is a bad deal for motorists and taxpayers. Who is it good for? 27 Feb 2017

    The Guardian

    Staff Member: Christopher Standen

    The Guardian published an article by PhD candidate from the Business School, Christopher Standen, about the WestConnex project.

  • Sunday penalty rates: Women to bear the brunt of cuts, experts say 26 Feb 2017

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Sunday Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    The Sun Herald, Sunday Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Sunday Canberra Times quoted Professor Marian Baird about the disproportionate and negative impact the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday penalty rates will have on women.

  • Inside the strict office culture of Aussie skincare company Aesop 25 Feb 2017

    The New Daily

    Staff Member: Diane Van Den Broek

    Associate Professor Diane Van Den Broek was quoted in The New Daily about her research on aesthetics in the workplace in relation to skincare brand, Aesop.

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