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Nigel Finch - Newsroom articles


  • Board members need to do their homework 02 May 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review has interviewed Nigel Finch, senior lecturer in the discipline of accounting at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding his opinion that a company director must understand how foreign exchange works, literally and conceptually.

  • AusAID grant to boost Mongolian public sector transparency and accountability 20 Apr 2012

    Business Council of Mongolia

    The Business Council of Mongolia NewsWire has reported on the University of Sydney Business School winning a prestigious AusAID research grant that will see it export its capability- building expertise in Mongolia. Lead grant researcher Dr Nigel Finch and Professor Andrew Terry comment on Mongolia's contribution to economic growth in North Asia.

  • Petty theft is a costly burden for battling retailers 16 Feb 2012

    Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review has interviewed Nigel Finch, academic director of Master of Management at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding the effect of small inventory loss has on business in relation to shoplifting.

  • Narrower mineral levy on the way 13 Jul 2011

    Australian Financial Review

    The Australian Financial Review has interviewed the University of Sydney Business School lecturer, Dr Nigel Finch, about the proposed Mineral Resources Rent Tax.

  • Retailers declare war on onine shopping 06 Jan 2011

    The Daily Telegraph

    The nation's biggest retailers including David Jones, Myer and Harvey Norman, have launched a campaign against online shopping sites, calling on the Government to impose a GST on all goods bought over the internet - or removal of the GST from all products under $1000. Academic Nigel Finch agreed that the campaign appears to be alarmist. "The alarmist factor is that Australian retailers are being disadvantaged by this business regulation." He said that consumers were merely taking advantage of a currency arbitrage between the strong Australian dollar and the weaker US currency.


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