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25 May 2018

Professor Marian Baird named in top 100 people in gender policy

Professor Marian Baird from the University of Sydney Business School has been named one of the world's most influential people in gender policy by Apolitical.
24 May 2018

New EU privacy rules could lead to better protections in Australia

Could the tough General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) lead to better protections in Australia? Professor Vince Mitchell from the University of Sydney Business School explains how the regulations might create pressure for change in Australia.
18 May 2018

E-commerce platform scores academic place on Forbes ‘30 Under 30’

Dr Olga Oleinikova, Director of the Ukraine Democracy Initiative, has been recognised as a leader in retail and e-commerce in this year’s Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ Asia list.
18 May 2018

University of Sydney celebrates Australia-China business excellence

The University of Sydney Business School sponsored the 2018 Westpac AustCham Australia-China Business Awards (ACBA) gala dinner, held in Shanghai last night.
15 May 2018

Australian property market: boom and bust

In the shadow of the slowdown in the housing sector in our capital cities and talk of a downturn and possible housing bubble bust, leading urban planners revisit an old story to highlight the cyclical nature of Australian’s property market.
11 May 2018

Does banking attract cheats or make them?

The Banking Royal Commission has exposed a culture of dishonesty that demands reform, writes Professor David Kinley from Sydney Law School. Will changing corporate culture change the morals of the finance industry or threaten its viability?
07 May 2018

Teachers suffer from "unsustainable" administrative demands: survey

Ninety percent of NSW teachers say changes in government policy and administrative responsibilities have significantly added to their work over the past five years and impacted on their time with students.
04 May 2018

Why external relationships are best built on two-way conversations

There is more we can do as universities to build partnerships with external organisations such as industrial, government and community partners, writes Associate Professor Eric Knight in The Australian.
30 April 2018

New study tackles high density health issues

Potential planning measures to reduce heart disease, mental illness and Type 2 diabetes in residents living in highly urbanised environments will be explored in a new landmark study.
27 April 2018

New study measures support for public transport policies in Sydney

There are high levels of support for a public bike share program and more cycle paths in inner Sydney areas, according to a new study by University of Sydney researchers.