The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Quintin is the Unit of Study Co-ordinator of business negotiations at the University of Sydney Business School, Discipline of International Business. He is a lecturer in Evidence Law at the University of Sydney Law School. He has studied at Sydney University, Stanford University (USA), Zhejiang University (China), the East China University of Politics and Law (China), Ritsumeikan University (Japan), Ottawa University (Canada) and Art Academy University (USA). At Sydney University, he came first in eleven courses across his law and commerce degrees, including his four thesis units of study, qualifying for Honours in both degrees.
Quintin pursues an interdisciplinary focus in both his teaching and research, and has written on, inter alia, business strategy, law, psychology and history. He has been a part of the teaching team of seven different courses at the University, at both the postgraduate and undergraduate level in the Law School and Business School. He has received four teaching awards and has developed the world's first interactive digital textbook to cover an entire university course.
He has worked in law firms in China, Canada and Australia. He has also worked in business and for the Australian Government. He currently works as a barrister (lawyer) at 7th Floor Wentworth Selborne Chambers".
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review publishes an article by Quintin Rares about how universities can use digital disruption as a new approach to learning.
E-book raises the study bar 12 Apr 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald reports on a world first interactive digital text book for postgraduates authored by Business School lecturer Quintin Rares.
The interactive digital textbook authored by Quintin Rares is mentioned in an article published in the Australian.
Interactive textbook changing the way we learn 01 Jan 2014
Quintin Rares is mentioned in the Business Events Sydney Sydney Shines magazine about the world's first interactive digital textbook which he authored.
Stand up lectures give way to online apps 29 May 2013
The Australian has reported that Quintin Rares from the Business School has developed the first interactive digital textbook app to cover an entire university course for Sydney University.
Rares Q 2015 'The arrest of bunkers and why the position in Australia should change', Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand (MLAANZ) NSW 2015 Biennial Mini Conference, Bowral, Australia, 27th February 2015
Rares Q 2014 'Psychology of Mediation, New Chambers Annual Conference, Australia November 2014
Rares Q 2012 Forthcoming 'Trade and Transport Law in Australia: Sea' in Doing Business in Australia, Piper Alderman
Rares Q 2012 Forthcoming 'Trade and Transport Law in Australia: Air' in Doing Business in Australia, Piper Alderman
Rares Q 2012 Forthcoming 'Trade and Transport Law in Australia: Land' in Doing Business in Australia, Piper Alderman
Hunt F and Rares Q 2012 'Australia: Arrest of Vessels' in Maritime Law Handbook, Kluwer, pp. 1-34
Rares Q 2012 'A timely warning to time charterers – bunkers', Trade & Transport News
Rares Q 2012 'The warranties in your marine insurance policy may no longer matter', Trade & Transport News
Rares Q 2012 'The warranties in your marine insurance policy may no longer matter', The Synopsis
Rares Q 2012 'Removing internationally and nationally protected intellectual property rights', Australian Law Update
Rares Q 2012 'High Court rules on penalties', Piper Alderman's e-Bulletin, vol.October
Rares Q 2012 'High Court rules on penalties for breach of contract', Litigation - Australia newsletter, vol.November
Rares Q 2012 'Submission of Quintin Rares', Inquiry into IT Pricing, House of Representatives, Commonwealth of Australia
Rares Q 2009 'Measuring the trade-off between exploration and exploitation', Advanced Workshop in Experimental Economics, University of Sydney, Australia, 24th July 2009
Rares Q 2009 'The History of the US Automobile Industry: A Psychological Inquiry', Academic Association of Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools AAHANZBS – Inaugural Conference, University of Sydney, Australia, 15th December 2009
Rares Q 2009 'Methods to approximate optimality in the exploration: exploitation trade-off', 23rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM Conference 2009, Melbourne, Australia, 4th December 2009
Rares Q 2009 'How cognitive biases and heuristics shape organisational behaviour: a review of cognitive factors affecting exploration and exploitation', 23rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM Conference 2009, Melbourne, Australia, 4th December 2009
Rares Q 2009 'Alternative Legal Enforcement Mechanisms in Emerging Market Economies', Proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference ANZIBA 2009 - "The Future of Asia-Pacific Business: Beyond the Crisis", Brisbane, Australia, 18th April 2009
Rares Q 2009 'Exploitation and Exploration Bias: an experimental approach in a dynamic landscape', , University of Sydney, Australia
Rares Q 2009 'Cognitive decision making and the search for optimality in adaptive environments, Behavioural and Experimental Research Network, University of Sydney, Australia 2009
Recent Units Taught
2015: S1, S2,
2014: S1, S2,
IBUS6018 Business Negotiations
2015: S1, S2,
2014: S1, S2,