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13 December 2018

Global Alliance offers new opportunities for Business School students

The New York State-based Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has become the first US business school to join CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education.
10 December 2018

How India reconciled the social and business impacts of a social enterprise

Part-time MBA students recently travelled to Bangalore, India to work on a real-world project as part of the International Social Enterprise Project. Sarah Nguyen shares her experience.
21 November 2018

Big data – taking the guesswork and the risks out of the big decisions

A leading expert in big data analytics has told a Business School symposium that movements on the world’s stock markets are becoming more uniform with prices rising and falling in an interdependent way.
16 November 2018

Stakes are high as crypto dice roll in cyberspace

A recent University of Sydney Business School conference explored crypto-currency risk, the effectiveness of regtech and how fintechs are disrupting the financial services sector.
15 November 2018

Collaboration reveals innovative data insights

The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney will hold a first-of-its-kind "Data for Directors" program to be taught by the centre’s CEO, Professor Simon Jackman.
13 November 2018

Nursing leader wins prestigious Future Leaders MBA Scholarship

Canadian Nicole Thibodeau arrived in Australia as a tourist in 2011, liked the weather and decided to stay. Nicole describes herself as “highly ambitious” and her success in her adopted homeland would seem to bear that out.
07 November 2018

Sydney at the epicentre of global accounting education

World leaders in the accounting sector are gathering in Sydney for three key meetings which are expected to have a significant impact on global accounting standards and practices.
06 November 2018

Indian women hold the key to food wellbeing

Governments need to recognise the status of women in the family and society and give them a role in developing policies aimed at alleviating poverty, according to researchers at the University of Sydney Business School.
29 October 2018

The art of productive complaining

Making an authentic complaint is beneficial to both consumers and organisations. Dr Kiju Jung and Professor Donnel Briley have developed three important principles to help customers complain more effectively.
18 October 2018

Business School students boost ties with Latin America

Ahead of a new trade deal, University of Sydney Business School students provided consulting services to Australian companies keen to engage with Mexico, Latin America’s most dynamic economy.