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  • How to orchestrate innovation: 3 ways to boost creative alignment 05 May 2017

    HRM Online

    By Gaia Grant

    Gaia Grant co-authored an article for HRM Online about why diverse teams are critical for innovative success and how to manage them. Read more

  • Toll Roads – a view after 25 years 27 Apr 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By David Hensher

    Tolled roads in Australia have been around now for over 25 years (excluding bridge crossings) and have created camps of supporters and dissenters. Have they delivered value for money (to whom?) and have they reached their use by date as a preferred way to fund and deliver road infrastructure? In looking back over 25 years this think piece crystallises some of the key elements of the toll road journey, raising questions about whether it is time to transition away from road-specific pricing to network pricing reform. Read more

  • Transport integration can put wind beneath wings of small flyers 21 Apr 2017

    The Australian

    By Rico Merkert

    The Australian published an opinion piece by Professor Rico Merkert about the essential role of regional airlines in the tourism and aviation industry. Read more

  • Australian government axes 457 work visa: experts react 18 Apr 2017

    The Conversation

    By Chris F. Wright

    Chris F. Wright authored a section of The Conversation's article about the abolition of the 457 work visa. Read more

  • Is China business between globalism and populism? 04 Apr 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Hans Hendrischke

    Sydney Business Insights republished an article by Professor Hans Hendrischke, originally published in Sydney Business Connect, about the investment relations between China, the US and Australia and the decline of globalisation. Read more

  • Visible hands or invisible hands – who should build the ports in developing countries? 03 Apr 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Xaiowen Fu

    The general decline in shipping and trade has put huge pressure on ports, as they have significant sunk/fixed costs and rely on shipping carriers to bring in cargo. With huge investments and associated risks, it is often difficult for the private sector to undertake very large port investments independently, especially in developing countries with relatively less efficient capital markets. Read more

  • Do diverse teams produce more creative results? 31 Mar 2017

    HRM Online

    By Gaia Grant

    Gaia Grant co-authored an article for HRM online about why diversity is "critically" important for organisational innovation. Read more

  • More women than ever are in the workforce but progress has been glacial 30 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Alexandra Heron

    Sydney Business Insights republished Alexandra Heron's article from The Conversation, about the slow progress of closing the gap in workforce participation rates between men and women in Australia. Read more

  • Houses aren’t more unaffordable for first home buyers, but they are riskier 28 Mar 2017

    The Conversation

    By Jamie Alcock

    Associate Professor Jamie Alcock wrote an article published on The Conversation about interest rate risk in the housing market, particularly for first home buyers. The article was republished by 88 publications, including ABC Online and Domain. Read more

  • Can autonomous vehicles become sexy? 28 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Matthew Beck

    Dr Matthew Beck authored an article for Sydney Business Connect, that was republished in Sydney Business Insights, about whether autonomous vehicles can become appealing to a mainstream audience. Read more

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