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Business School in the Media

  • Lock white collar crims up, says ASIC 07 Dec 2016

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Juliette Overland

    Dr Juliette Overland was quoted in the Australian, the Australian Financial Review, AAP Newswire, Sky News, the Herald Sun, Yahoo News, Yahoo! (New Zealand) and regional NSW newspapers about the benefits of imposing a minimum six-month custodial sentence for insider trading in the context of the Senate inquiry into financial crime.

  • The city of bikes: Bicycles outnumber cars in record first for Copenhagen 05 Dec 2016

    ABC Online

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Professor Stephen Greaves was quoted on ABC Online and the New Daily about prioritising vehicle over bicycle infrastructure in relation to news that there are more bicycles than vehicles in Copenhagen.

  • Geographic location of foreign direct investments 05 Dec 2016


    Staff Member: Bo Nielsen

    Professor Bo Bernhard Nielsen was mentioned in Berlingske (leading Danish Newspaper) in relation to his recent project on geographic location of foreign direct investments. He was quoted for discussing the importance of industrial clusters and local infrastructure for attracting foreign direct investments to particular municipalities or cities in Denmark.

  • What Millennials Want 02 Dec 2016

    Australian Financial Review Boss Magazine

    Staff Member: John Shields

    Professor John Shields was quoted in a report in the Australian Financial Review’s Boss Magazine on a survey conducted by BOSS Magazine and the University of Sydney Business School which found millennials are surprisingly optimistic about their future.

  • Australia's Google Tax may be the second in the world but it's too early to tell if it's the toughest 02 Dec 2016

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Antony Ting

    The Conversation published an article authored by Associate Professor Antony Ting about the toughness of Australia’s so-called ‘Google Tax’ in curbing multinational tax avoidance.

  • SMSF members over-confident 02 Dec 2016

    Money Management Magazine

    Staff Member: Susan Thorp

    Money Management Magazine interviewed Professor Susan Thorp about her study into performance and benchmarks of superannuation funds.

  • Franchising and Business Ethics 01 Dec 2016

    Australia & New Zealand Franchising

    Staff Member: Andrew Terry

    Professor Andrew Terry from the Business School wrote an article published in Australia & New Zealand Franchising about franchising and business ethics.

  • The top challenges facing multicultural Australia 01 Dec 2016

    University of Sydney

    Staff Member: Betina Szkudlarek

    The world needs cultural experts to progress from theorising about multiculturalism to active facilitation of dialogue, Dr Betina Szkudlarek tells a University of Sydney Business School conference.

  • Why it's now Labor's turn to compromise on the backpacker tax 30 Nov 2016

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Diane van den Broek and Chris F Wright

    The Conversation published an article co-authored by Associate Professor Diane Van Den Broek and Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr Chris F Wright about why the federal opposition should negotiate with the government to pass the 15 percent rate for the backpacker tax.

  • Dan Caprar in Guangming Wang (China) 29 Nov 2016

    Dan Caprar

    Staff Member: Dan Caprar

    Guangming Wang (China) reported on comments about China’s economic policy made by Senior Lecturer Dan Caprar during a visit to Beijing.

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