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29 August 2019

Business School joins forces with Indian foundation for unique tour

The University of Sydney Business School has joined forces with an Indian charitable foundation to provide undergraduate students with unique insights into the operation of sustainable projects in the Subcontinent.
29 August 2019

Measuring the impact of research

With universities under increasing pressure to justify research dollars, a senior academic at the University of Sydney Business School has proposed a system for measuring the impact of research on the Australian community.
26 August 2019

MBA student profile: Nick Harrington

MBA student and previous Emerging Leaders Scholarship recipient Nick Harrington talks about his experiences with the University of Sydney Business School MBA program.
26 August 2019

Omni-channel retail in harmony with green city logistics

The trend towards omni-channel retail and developments in delivery options can positively influence our urban environments, writes Professor Michael Bell.
23 August 2019

Create a global career at Sydney

Meet three Master of International Business graduates who travelled to Malaysia, Mexico and Brazil as part of their studies. Learn how their experiences helped shape their global careers and prepared them for practice.
15 August 2019

In a highly disruptive environment, it's innovate or fail

Disruption is now the name of the game and companies operating in this highly competitive environment need to adapt through innovation or fail, according to a leading Business School researcher.
15 August 2019

Business School wins six Best Paper awards at Academy of Management meeting

A paper by University of Sydney Business School researchers has won the prestigious Carolyn Dexter Award at the annual Academy of Management conference held recently in Boston.
12 August 2019

Enterprise program ignites student's passion for social entrepreneurship

The opportunity to work with a social enterprise in Vietnam through the Remote and Rural Enterprise program has given one student a platform to address meaningful business problems while making a social impact.
12 August 2019

MBA student profile: Heath Ducker

MBA student Heath Ducker talks about his experiences with the University of Sydney Business School MBA program.
05 August 2019

Electric Cars – They will in time increase car use without effective road pricing reform

David Hensher, Founding Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), posits that the uptake of electric cars will increase congestion significantly if road pricing reform is not implemented by the government.