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Rohan Miller - Newsroom articles


  • Something blue 06 Jan 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Dr Rohan Miller from the University of Sydney Business School is quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article forecasting what will be 'hot' for 2014.

  • Vicious dog attack 24 Aug 2013

    ABC News

    Dr Rohan Miller has been interviewed by ABC TV News, on the topic of vicious dog attacks in NSW, and the state government response to the increased number of attacks on people.

  • The inside line: racing in decline as punters are taken for a ride in information stakes 02 May 2013

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    Dr Rohan Miller has had an opinion piece published by Fairfax Media on the Australian Racing industry, and the need for greater transparency from organisers to help rebuild public confidence.

  • Adapting to the Digital Age 08 Nov 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald has interviewed Dr Rohan Miller, Business School, on how universities are changing the way they teach business degrees in response to the importance of online shopping and social media.

  • Luck's a fortune out in the west 07 Nov 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald has interviewed Rohan Miller, senior lecturer at the University of Sydney Business School, on why people buy lottery tickets.

  • Junk mail unlikely to vanish 04 May 2012

    ABC Radio Newcastle

    ABC Radio Newcastle has interviewed Professor Charles Areni, Discipline of Marketing at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding his research with colleague Dr Rohan Miller which shows junk mail is unlikely to vanish any time soon because it seems to work.

  • Junk mail lovers buy into bargains 01 May 2012

    MX

    MX newspaper has interviewed Professor Charles Areni, discipline of Marketing at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding his research with colleague Dr Rohan Miller which shows junk mail is unlikely to vanish any time soon because it seems to work.

  • Roll the credits 30 Jun 2011

    The Age

    Dr Rohan Miller from the University of Sydney Business School's Marketing discipline has discussed product placement in movies in the Age.


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