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12 October 2018

Tanya Plibersek MP on the path to gender pay equity in Australia

How do we make workplaces work for women? The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP delivered the 26th annual Kingsley Laffer Memorial Lecture at the University of Sydney Business School on Thursday night.
28 September 2018

Banking Royal Commission: Five things you need to know

How could the Banking Royal Commission impact you as a consumer? And what brought about the Commission? University of Sydney experts explain what you need to know about the interim report release.
27 September 2018

Six scholars recognised for social sciences leadership

Six University of Sydney social scientists have been elected to the prestigious Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia for their distinguished contributions to their disciplines and to society.
26 September 2018

Why industry influence on research agendas must be addressed

Call for better strategies to ensure independence of research, policy-making and public health solutions, as new research confirms corporate interests can impact the evidence available and public health solutions considered.
17 September 2018

The corporate trailblazer promoting diversity and inclusion

List the ASX 100 companies with an Asian woman as CEO, and you'll have just two. Alumna, Ming Long, was the first woman to get there and now she's making it easier for more to follow.
11 September 2018

Business School community engagement program recognised with major award

RARE received the 2018 Engagement Australia Excellence in Community Engagement Award by the highly respected Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM).
10 September 2018

Business School again Australia's number one in FT world rankings

The highly respected London-based Financial Times (FT) has ranked the University of Sydney Business School's flagship Master of Management (MMgt) Australia's number one program of its kind for the sixth consecutive year.
31 August 2018

The challenge of eliminating corruption from Indonesia

Corruption has been a long-time problem for Indonesia. As other obstacles to economic and social progress have been tackled, alumnus, Laode Syarif, is working to eradicate corruption wherever he finds it.
28 August 2018

Rethink investment management "boys' club" to recruit and retain women

A new University of Sydney Business School study reveals women investment managers are seriously concerned about the lack of equal treatment and opportunities in the sector.
14 August 2018

Internationally diverse enrolments highlight of full time MBA

The University of Sydney Business School is now delivering its long awaited industry oriented and leadership focused full time MBA program with an international cohort, which is both gender and culturally diverse.