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  • Can legislation alone end brutality in Australian prisons? 29 Nov 2012

    ABC Unleashed

    By Linda English

    Honorary Associate Professor Linda English says that changing a culture of brutality in closed institutions is rarely achieved through the imposition of additional rules, training and surveillance, but is grounded in the alignment of institutional and personal values.
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  • No cold war - US will ensure China follows the 'road rules' 13 Nov 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Geoffrey Garrett

    China and the US will never be friends, but they do need each other desperately and last week's American elections did nothing to alter this fact, writes Professor Geoffrey Garrett in The Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Key to Asian Century is already on campus 31 Oct 2012

    The Australian

    By Geoffrey Garrett and Sean Gallagher

    The Asia Century white paper is based on two fundamental propositions. First, by 2025 Asia will have transformed itself from the world's low-cost manufacturer into its biggest middle-class consumer. Second, Australia's future prosperity depends on being able to give increasingly sophisticated Asian consumers what they want, write Professor Geoffrey Garrett and Sean Gallagher in The Australian. Read more

  • Future of business cyber security tied to US election result 31 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Philip Seltsikas and Max Soyref

    The Australian business community must remain acutely aware of cyber security developments in the US and be prepared to take an active role in any government-led response, write Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas and PhD candidate Max Soyref. Read more

  • Virgin's Borghetti ticks the boxes 30 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Tony Webber

    Virgin Australia's move to take a 60 per cent stake in Tiger Airways will have a huge impact on its ongoing battle with Qantas over the domestic corporate traveler market, writes Dr Tony Webber in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Billion dollar skills stem from $20m gift 29 Oct 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    By Geoffrey Garrett and Archie Johnston

    The recent $20m gift to the University of Sydney by John Grill is a vital step for ongoing Australian success, writes Professor Geoffrey Garrett and Professor Archie Johnston in the Australian Financial Review. Read more

  • American innovation, inspiration will triumph 27 Oct 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    By Geoffrey Garrett

    Despite severe economic problems, all is not lost for the United States, thanks to its strong track record in innovation writes Professor Geoffrey Garrett in the Australian Financial Review. Read more

  • Why petrol prices are skyrocketing 19 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Tony Webber

    Associate Professor Tony Webber has written on the topic of the recent fuel price hike across Australia, in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Battle to fly high with business passengers 16 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Tony Webber

    Associate Professor Tony Webber has written about the ongoing price war between Qantas and Virgin in the domestic Business Class airline sector, for the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Our MBA: A degree tailored for modern times 06 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    By Geoffrey Garrett

    The Business School's new MBA is a degree tailored for modern times, writes Professor Geoffrey Garrett, Dean of the Business School, in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Forrest case leaves open disclosure 04 Oct 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    By Cary Di Lernia

    The High Court's judgment in Forrest v ASIC is a simplification of a morass of multifaceted, convoluted allegations which appear to have overlooked commercial reality, says Cary di Lernia Read more

  • Chinese drifting towards a US market eager to please 03 Oct 2012

    The Australian

    By Geoffrey Garrett

    The higher education trade winds blowing Chinese students into US classrooms are approaching gale force, say Sean Gallagher and Professor Geoffrey Garrett in the Australian.
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  • Elite US universities offer free web courses 06 Jun 2012

    The Australian

    By Sean Gallagher and Geoffrey Garrett

    Sean Gallagher and Geoffrey Garrett write for The Australian about Harvard and MIT's ventures into the brave new world of massive open online courses. Read more

  • US and China want to make money, not war 26 May 2012

    The Australian

    By Geoffrey Garrett

    Professor Geoffrey Garrett, Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, writes for The Australian. Read more