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  • Online retaliers yet to harness big social data 06 Apr 2016

    The Conversation

    By Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya and Adrian Ellison

    Dr Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya and Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Adrian Ellison, authored an article published in The Conversation about the potential of social data which online retailers are yet to harness. Read more

  • The $8 billion business battle over your pets 01 Apr 2016

    In the Black

    By Barney Tan

    Barney Tan is quoted in an article about firms who are fighting for dominance in the fast-growing online pet supplies market. Read more

  • Road rage: why do bike riders make car drivers see red? 18 Mar 2016

    The Conversation

    By Matthew Beck

    The Conversation published an article by Matthew Beck about why motor vehicle drivers experience road rage with cyclists. Read more

  • Shane Warne Foundation not alone in charity spending ambiguity 15 Mar 2016

    The Conversation

    By Sandra van der Laan

    Professor Sandra van der Laan wrote an opinion piece published in The Conversation about the independent audit of the Shane Warne Foundation and the issue of transparency in the charity sector. Read more

  • Our PM is a transport agnostic – Hallelujah! 14 Mar 2016

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By David Brown

    Transport planning has been unduly affected by a range of thinking that is not independent analysis, but rather a fundamentalism whose passion for a particular mode of transport has verged on religiosity. It is good to promote transport based on meeting people's needs not on the passionate feelings for one mode of travel. Read more

  • A congestion charge will help unclog Sydney's roads and save drivers money 10 Mar 2016

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    By David HensherDavid Hensher

    The Sydney Morning Herald published an article by Professor David Hensher about strategies to ease road congestion in light of an incident on the Harbour Bridge. Read more

  • Infrastructure Banks: The solution to Australia’s infrastructure problems. 08 Mar 2016

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Alastair Stone

    Australia’s infrastructure financing, policies and investment planning institutions at Federal, State and Local levels are a dog’s breakfast of institutional arrangements. This article addresses the problems in the institutional arrangements that an “Infrastructure Bank” model could solve. Read more

  • The customer can be wrong: there's no place for any harassment at work 08 Mar 2016

    The Age, Canberra Times, Daily Life, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Brisbane Times and ABC Online, Stuff

    By Rae Cooper

    Associate Professor Rae Cooper and graduate Laura Good authored an article about her research on customer perpetrated sexual harassment published in The Age, Canberra Times, Daily Life, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Brisbane Times and ABC Online. Read more

  • Market Rules: Rebalancing power to restore fairness 03 Mar 2016

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Alastair Stone

    We all share the goal of a growing economy with wealth for all not just the few.  The Federal Government’s response to the Harper Report on Competition Policy Review is a recent example of activity on the economic policy front in pursuit of that goal.  Inherent in that report and other reviews such as into tax arrangements, is how the term “market” is used.  This discussion is about how the current use of this term has hidden many changes in the economic framework and what we need to do to restore fairness. Read more

  • 7 reasons why startups shouldn't adopt the agile business model 02 Mar 2016

    Business Insider

    By Massimo Garbuio

    Massimo Garbuio co-authored an article in Business Insider on why the agile business model may not be suitable for technology-led startups. Read more

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