Russell Lansbury AM - Newsroom articles
Russell Lansbury AM warns that the closure of Holden and the downfall of the automotive industry may be greater than many anticipated.
Holden's departure from Australia may be the card that brings the nation's entire manufacturing house down, according to the University of Sydney Business School's Dr Stephen Clibborn and Professor Russell Lansbury, who have studied the sector extensively.
PM in Holden talks with Premiers 12 Dec 2013
ABC Radio National Drive
Emeritus Professor Russell Lansbury was interviewed on Radio National Drive about the future of the Australian car industry.
Holden on: a manufacturing dilemma 11 Dec 2013
Enticing global parent companies to keep making cars in Australia may simply delay the inevitable.
The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review has published an op-ed by Russell Lansbury, an Emeritus Professor at the University of Sydney Business School, on the Accord on Prices and Incomes of 1983.
ABC Radio has also interviewed Professor Russell Lansbury, Emeritus Professor, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, regarding which parts of the car manufacturing market Australia should be involved in.
Qantas takes Aust back to industrial past 31 Oct 2011
Professor Russell Lansbury from the Work and Organisational Studies Discipline at the University of Sydney Business School, has been interviewed by AAP regarding the Qantas industrial relations dispute.