Nigel Finch - Newsroom articles
Degrees of doubt 24 May 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Associate Professor Nigel Finch was quoted in an article in the Sydney Morning Herald about the deregulation of university fees.
Sizing up the energy giants 25 Feb 2014
Democratic Voice of Burma
Associate Professor Nigel Finch was interviewed on the economic development in Southeast Asia.
Australian Financial Review
Issues caused by the mining of Myanmar's vast jade resources.
Overseas companies may re-think investment 02 Sep 2013
ABC Radio 702 Sydney
ABC 702 Sydney interviewed Associate Professor Nigel Finch, Business School, who said overseas companies may now think twice about investing in Australian mining, after the corruption findings yesterday against former Labor minister Ian Macdonald.
Proven franchise ideas can help SMEs 21 Aug 2013
The Bangkok Post
The Bangkok Post has published an op-ed by Associate Professor Nigel Finch on the need for ASEAN to promote proven franchise models to avoid failing on its SME development objectives.
Franchise model ideal for ASEAN - Analysis 05 Aug 2013
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times has published an op-ed by Dr Nigel Finch on the need for ASEAN to promote proven franchise models to avoid failing on its SME development objectives.
Fringe Benefits Tax changes 19 Jul 2013
ABC News 24
ABC News 24 reported there have been protests from the salary packaging industry over changes to the Fringe Benefits Tax as the federal government plugs the budget hole left by scrapping the carbon tax. Associate Professor Nigel Finch, University of Sydney Business School, was interviewed.
Australia to play key role in mining law reform 13 May 2013
The Myanmar Times
Associate Profesoor Nigel Finch has written an article for the Myanmar Times on the topic of mining law reform.
Mongolia's looming budget crisis 29 Apr 2013
Mongolian Economy magazine has published an op-ed by Dr Nigel Finch on Mongolia???s budget crisis.
Lloyd's List Australia
Lloyd's List Australia has interviewed Associate Professor Nigel Finch at the University of Sydney Business School, on the federal government's drive to break into and expand in Myanmar as an emerging market.