Stephen Clibborn - Newsroom articles
Stephen Clibborn on SYN FM Melbourne 12 Mar 2015
SYN FM Melbourne
Stephen Clibborn was interviewed on SYN FM Melbourne about his research which shows the need to improve working environments for immigrant workers.
Protect those under radar 12 Mar 2015
Queensland Times, Fraser Coast Chronicle, Daily News, Gladstone Observer, Northern Star, Toowoomba Chronicle and Gympie Times
Dr Stephen Clibborn is quoted in an article making a submission to the Productivity Commission review of workplace relations in regards to protections for immigrant workers.
Dr Stephen Clibborn is mentioned in the Workplace Express article about a recent paper he co-authored on enterpise bargaining that preceeded a major agreement covering casino workers.
Real pain but effects will be temporary 12 Dec 2013
Australian Financial Review
Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted in the Australian Financial Review about the impact of Holden's decision on the economy.
Dr Stephen Clibborn 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.
Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted in Bloomberg about Holden's decision on the resources sector.
There was a real chance of the entire automotive manufacturing sector vanishing in the country, said Stephen Clibborn, following famous carmaker Holden's announcement it will stop making cars in Australia by the end of 2017, which has left the future of the nation's auto industry in doubt.
Auto manufacturing almost dead: expert 11 Dec 2013
Australia's automotive manufacturing sector could disappear within a few years, Dr Stephen Clibborn warns.
G.M. will stop making cars in Australia 11 Dec 2013
New York Times
General Motors said it would stop making cars in Australia by 2017 due to high costs and a cripplingly strong currency. Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted in the New York Times about the impact of Holden's decision on the economy.