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Business School in the Media

  • Financial ties with China 12 Apr 2014

    ABC Radio National, Saturday Extra

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Radio National, Saturday Extra interviewed Professor Hans Hendrischke about the negotiations to lower restrictions on Chinese investment into Australia and to make Sydney an official yuan trading hub.

  • Asbestos fight flares up again 12 Apr 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Sandra van der Laan

    Sandra van der Laan is quoted in the article about the recent case asbestos victim Stephen Wickham won against James Hardie and the minimal funds left in the AICF fund set up to meet future asbestos claims.

  • E-book raises the study bar 12 Apr 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Quintin Rares

    The Sydney Morning Herald reports on a world first interactive digital text book for postgraduates authored by Business School lecturer Quintin Rares.

  • Pension age debate prompts demands for superannuation overhaul 11 Apr 2014

    ABC PM

    Staff Member: Michael Rafferty

    Speculation about changes to the pension age has economists divided and brought fresh demands that any changes should also applied to superannuation. Dr Michael Rafferty is interviewed on the matter.

  • Has the Royal Commission into trade unions divided Labor? 09 Apr 2014

    ABC 7.30

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    ABC 7.30 interviewed Professor John Buchanan about the Royal Commission into trade union corruption.

  • The Drum 07 Apr 2014

    ABC News 24

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird is interviewed on ABC News 24, The Drum about why working Australian mothers are still facing discrimination, during and after pregnancy.

  • WestConnex has a numbers issue: What are they? 05 Apr 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    Professor David Hensher is quoted on the WestConnex toll road planned to be built through and under Sydney's inner west.

  • Reporting 'misrepresents' business sustainability: study 31 Mar 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Max Baker

    A report fins that several Australian companies could be inflating their adherence to corporate social responsibility guidelines. Max Baker is interviewed in the article.

  • Paid parental leave 30 Mar 2014

    ABC Radio National

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird is interviewed by Radio National Canberra's Sunday Extra program about the Federal government's planned paid parenatl leave scheme.

  • Unions and employer groups tussle over minimum wage review 28 Mar 2014

    ABC The World Today

    Staff Member: Damian Oliver

    Damian Oliver is interviewed about minimum wage amidst the Fair Work Commission's annual minimum wage review.

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