Rae Cooper - Newsroom articles
The Age mentioned a report, co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper, which showed that Australia has now overtaken the US in the proportion of women holding board directorships.
Rae Cooper on Radio National Breakfast 05 Oct 2016
Radio National Breakfast
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was interviewed on Radio National Breakfast about a United States Studies Centre report that shows Australia has surpassed the US in female labour force participation, which she co-authored.
It's not a man's world: Australian women on corporate boards DOUBLES since the financial crisis - and there are more than in the U.S. 05 Oct 2016
Daily Mail referred to research co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper that shows Australia has surpassed the US in female labour force participation
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review quoted Professor Marian Baird in regards to a United States Studies Centre report, co-authored by Associate Professor Rae Cooper, that shows Australia has surpassed the US in female labour force participation.
Rae Cooper on BBC (China) 26 Sep 2016
BBC (China) quoted Dr Rae Cooper about flexible working conditions.
How to get men to be flexible 26 Sep 2016
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and the Canberra Times
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted in the Canberra Times, Sydney Morning Herald and Age about her new research that found middle management often shy away from implementing flexible work arrangements and the beliefs that underpin this attitude.
The curse of flexible work 09 Sep 2016
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted by BBC about her research on flexible work arrangements.
Scholarship a life changer, says student 02 Aug 2016
The Koori Mail published a feature about Corey Davies, recipient of the BlueScope Indigenous Scholarship in Business, and quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper on his leadership qualities.
The Guardian quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper about how diversity strengthens workplace culture and fosters innovation.
Dons get jump on Game of Thrones finale 29 Jun 2016
The Australian, The Australian's High Wired
The Australian and The Australian's High Wired reported University of Sydney academics have given their predictions on which character will rule the Iron Throne in the popular Game of Thrones television show in a video produced by the University. Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted.