Hans Hendrischke - Newsroom articles
Demystifying Chinese Investment in Australia 10 Apr 2016
The Australian, Australian Financial Review, ABC Online
The Australian, Australian Financial Review and ABC Online reported the Business School and KPMG have launched an annual report showing Chinese direct business investment in Australia is rising, co-authored by Professor Hans Hendrischke, Dr Wei Li and Adjunct Professor Doug Fergusson.
Interview: China's corporate income tax reform enhances growing services sector: Aussie expert 24 Mar 2016
Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed by Xinhua (China) about Chinese tax reforms.
Making food security a top priority 18 Mar 2016
China Daily (Hong Kong) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about Chinese investment in Australia.
Yahoo! News (UK) quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about Chinese investment in Australia.
Six expert predictions for China in 2016 - from its economy and share market to judicial system reform 11 Feb 2016
International Business Times
The International Business Times reported Dr Danika Wright and Professor Hans Hendrischke have shared their predictions for China in 2016.
Chinese investment and extradition 31 Oct 2015
The Saturday Paper
The Saturday Paper quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke in an article about the Australian government's need for good economic relations amid unease about Chinese investment.
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review quoted Professor Hans Hendrischke about capital flow into Australia as a result of the country’s international education export.
Chinese Whispers 01 Oct 2015
Professor Hans Hendrischke was quoted in the Qantas Magazine about how Chinese businesses operate and the opportunities for Australia within the market.
Hans Hendrischke on Sky News 30 Sep 2015
Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on Sky News about the Australian stock exchange and international anxiety over the health of China's economy.
The Conversation publishes an opinion piece by Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li that looks at the impact of Chinese investment in the Australian residential property market.