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  • COVID-19: A wake-up call for businesses to protect their networks and disarm cyber criminals

    Date: 17/08/2020

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • (UNSW BusinessThink, July 2020) Inside the digital transformation of Chinaís Terracotta Warriors

    Date: 30/07/2020

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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  • [SBS World News Radio] How is COVID-19 going to affect your tax return this year? (1 July 2020)

    Date: 01/07/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: SBS World News Radio

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  • [SBS News] How coronavirus will affect your Australian tax return this year (1 July 2020)

    Date: 01/07/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: SBS News

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  • [Yahoo Finance Australia] The quickest way to get your tax return back (27 June 2020)

    Date: 27/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Yahoo Finance Australia

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  • [UNSW Newsroom] Why Australia's unfair tax system needs an overhaul (26 June 2020)

    Date: 26/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • [UNSW Business Think] Should there be a cap on tax advice deductions? (24 June 2020)

    Date: 24/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: UNSW Business Think

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  • [Yahoo Finance Australia] ëIt will biteí: Ominous JobSeeker tax warning (20 June 2020)

    Date: 20/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Yahoo Finance Australia

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  • (UNSW Business School News, June 2020) How the Sandbox Education Program partners with industry

    Date: 19/06/2020

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Business School

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  • The tax advice gap for the most financially vulnerable

    Date: 19/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: accountantsdaily

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  • Tax time 2020: How do you know if you need a tax agent?

    Date: 18/06/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Yahoo Finance au

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  • [Power to Persuade Blog] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (27 May 2020)

    Date: 27/05/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Power to Persuade Blog

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  • [UNSW Newsroom] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (26 May 2020)

    Date: 26/05/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • [The Conversation] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (25 May 2020)

    Date: 25/05/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: The Conversation

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  • (UNSW Newsroom, May 2020) Five simple steps to protect yourself from cyber threats in a pandemic

    Date: 22/05/2020

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • Disruptive Potential Emerges For IoT In Australiaís Industrial Internet

    Date: 11/05/2020

    Publisher: Which-50

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  • [UNSW Newsroom] Tips on how to get tax fit prior to filing your tax return (29 April 2020)

    Date: 29/04/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • [Accountants Daily] Big four steps up with ëlargest pro bonoí tax offering amid COVID-19 (28 April 2020)

    Date: 28/04/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Accountants Daily

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  • [UNSW Newsroom] Tax help for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19 (27 April 2020)

    Date: 27/04/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • (UNSW Newsroom, April 2020) Working from home? Hereís how to protect yourself from COVID-19 themed cyber scams

    Date: 03/04/2020

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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  • Australia's privacy watchdog is taking Facebook to court. It's a good start

    Date: 11/03/2020

    Publisher: The Conversation

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  • [ABC Radio] UNSW Tax Clinic is ready to help bushfire- affected communities (16 January 2020)

    Date: 16/01/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: ABC Radio

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  • [Austaxpolicy Blog] National Tax Clinic Program Awarded Further Funding (10 January 2020)

    Date: 10/01/2020

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

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  • (Financial Review, December 2019) Reimagination 2019: Digital Disruptor Awards 2019 Winners

    Date: 17/12/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: The Australian Financial Review

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  • [Wesley Mission News] Changing lives, one tax return at a time (14 October 2019)

    Date: 14/10/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Wesley Mission News

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  • [Power to Persuade Blog] How a free tax clinic is rescuing the overwhelmed (8 October 2019)

    Date: 08/10/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: The Power To Persuade

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  • [UNSW BusinessThink] How a free tax clinic is rescuing the overwhelmed (4 October 2019)

    Date: 04/10/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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  • (The Courier Mail, July 2019) Sandbox program with Ernst & Young on cyber security shows students the other aspects of IT

    Date: 13/09/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: The Courier Mail

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  • (UNSW Knowledge Exchange Capability Portfolio) Organisational Governance and Resilience

    Date: 13/09/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Knowledge Exchange

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  • (UNSW BusinessThink, September 2019) Is this class the key to filling cybersecurity roles?

    Date: 02/09/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: Business Think

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  • [Austaxpolicy Blog] Measuring the Social Impact of University-Based Pro Bono Tax Clinics: Co-Creating a Framework for Evidence-Based Evaluation (3 September 2019)

    Date: 03/09/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

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  • [The Conversation] Australiaís tax office can use global data leaks to pursue multinationals, High Court rules (14 August 2019)

    Date: 14/08/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: The Conversation

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  • (SBS Mandarin, August 2019) SBS: FaceApp freak-out exposes how little we know about privacy

    Date: 06/08/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: SBS MANDARIN

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  • [Inside UNSW] UNSW launches Tax Clinic to help vulnerable taxpayers (27 June 2019)

    Date: 27/06/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: Inside UNSW

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  • [UNSW Newsroom] UNSW launches Tax Clinic to help vulnerable taxpayers (7 June 2019)

    Date: 07/06/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

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  • (UNSW Business School News, May 2019) Sandboxing technological solutions with high schoolers on the inaugural Experience UNSW Business Day

    Date: 29/05/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Business School

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  • [Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] ìAll Without Increasing Taxesî? A Closer Look at Treasurer Frydenbergís Refrain Repeated Eight Times in His Budget Speech (18 April 2019)

    Date: 18/04/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: AUSTAXPOLICY

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  • [Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] Refundable Franking Credits: Why Reform Is Needed (and Why It Should Be Targeted) ñ Part 1 (24 April 2019)

    Date: 24/04/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: AUSTAXPOLICY

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  • [Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] Refundable Franking Credits: Why Reform Is Needed (and Why It Should Be Targeted) ñ Part 2 (24 April 2019)

    Date: 24/04/2019

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: AUSTAXPOLICY

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  • (UNSW Business School News, February 2019) Six ISTM academics were listed in the AIS Top 200 Scholars worldwide

    Date: 14/02/2019

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: UNSW Business School

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  • [Austaxpolicy Blog] Are Tax Cuts Just Not Cutting It? Improving the Efficiency of the Corporate Tax System (11 December 2018)

    Date: 11/12/2018

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: AUSTAXPOLICY

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  • (UNSW BusinessThink, November 2018) Angry Birds fly high again with data analytics

    Date: 21/11/2018

    Author: Yenni Tim

    Publisher: Business Think

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  • U.S. Private Equity Muscles In on Australiaís Home-Loan Market

    Date: 18/10/2018

    Author: Jonathan Reeves

    Publisher: Bloomberg

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    U.S. private equity giants are muscling in on Australiaís lucrative home loan business, shrugging off the risks of a falling market to seize an opportunity created by the retreat of the big domestic lenders.

  • Banking Royal Commission ends hearings on superannuation

    Date: 17/08/2018

    Author: Pamela Hanrahan

    Publisher: ABC Radio National Breakfast

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    UNSW Business School's Pamela Hanrahan talks about the Banking Royal Commission's hearings on superannuation

  • In demand: the reality of Australia's gig economy

    Date: 03/07/2018

    Publisher: ABC Radio Nightlife

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    Short-term contract work, often facilitated by technology, is on the rise in Australia. And a new Federal Court case might change the way these "gig economy" companies work.

  • Sitting target: Are your internet-connected devices spying on you?

    Date: 20/06/2018

    Publisher: Business Think

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  • There are basically no Starbucks on this continent

    Date: 20/07/2018

    Publisher: CNBC

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    Hereís what went wrong

  • Are directors liable when cyber security is breached?

    Date: 19/07/2017

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Most Australian company directors know they need to oversee their organisationís cyber risks, but many arenít adequately prepared and risk prosecution from the regulator in the event of a breach.

  • Gigi Foster co-presents "The Economists" on ABC RN

    Date: 06/03/2018

    Publisher: If you think there's no link between money and happiness, think again. The Economists uses the tools of economics to shine a light on the life of money.

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  • Mythbusting the Internet of Things

    Date: 13/06/2017

    Publisher: ABC Radio

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  • The Internet of Things and the law

    Date: 06/03/2018

    Publisher: ABC Radio National

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  • Budget 2017: Treasurer predicts surplus by 2021

    Date: 09/05/2017

    Publisher: ABC News Radio

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    The Federal Treasurer has handed down the 2017 budget, which he says is based on the principles of fairness, security and opportunity.

  • How the internet of things could be spying on you

    Date: 09/06/2017

    Publisher: News.com.au

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    BIG Brother is watching. You house could be spying on you through seemingly harmless everyday appliances.

  • Six things every consumer should know about the ëInternet of Thingsí

    Date: 08/06/2017

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  • UNSW academic criticises damaging features of discretionary trusts

    Date: 06/04/2017

    Author: Dale Boccabella

    Publisher: Sydney Morning Herald

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    Well-off Australians are slashing their personal tax bills at a cost of billions of dollars a year to other taxpayers through the widening use of secretive family trusts.

  • Can we encourage consumers to behave more ethically?

    Date: 15/03/2017

    Author: Nitika Garg

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Consumers don't always behave ethically and while most consumers accept that the above acts are unethical, the purchasing of counterfeit products, or the illegitimate sharing and copying of copyrighted products, are seen by many perpetrators as completely legitimate activities.

  • CEO Pay: What pay is right for a CEO?

    Date: 08/02/2017

    Author: Peter Swan

    Publisher: ABC RN Drive

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    Peter Swan discusses what pay is right for a CEO

  • Cloning profit: Franchises

    Date: 30/11/2016

    Author: Jenny Buchan

    Publisher: Sydney Morning Herald

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    If a franchise is a clone of a proven business concept, why do some fail?

  • Construction of detailed correlation structures across GI business segments

    Date: 14/12/2016

    Author: Benjamin Avanzi;Greg Taylor;Bernard Wong

    Publisher: Actuaries Digital

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    Why are we interested in large-scale correlation structures?

  • The rise and rise of Amazon

    Date: 23/02/2017

    Publisher: ABC Radio National 'The Money'

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    Elizabeth Maitland discusses Amazon, the online marketplace disrupting industries around the globe as it sells almost anything, delivers almost anywhere, and makes all manner of media products.

  • New UNSW research shows Australia collects more metadata per capita than both the UK and Canada

    Date: 27/09/2016

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: ABC News

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    Australia is collecting more telecommunications metadata per capita than comparable nations and it's set to increase with new data retention laws passed last year.

  • Vital Signs: itís a Trumptastrophe

    Date: 09/11/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    A break from normal programming to take in the market reaction to the US election.

  • [Austaxpolicy Blog] Navigating BEPS: Simulating a ëTax-Minimisingí Multinationalís Responses to Existing and Proposed Thin Capitalisation Regimes (16 August 2016)

    Date: 16/08/2016

    Author: Ann Kayis-Kumar

    Publisher: AUSTAXPOLICY

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  • Online course reveals the secrets of entrepreneurial success

    Date: 26/06/2016

    Publisher: Australian Financial Review

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  • Culture tech: experts target better data analytics

    Date: 13/06/2016

    Publisher: Australian Financial Review

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    Speaking at the recent Culture Tech round table, Professor Nick Wailes said business leaders aren't really able to make data-driven decisions because they don't understand how to analyse data.

  • Election FactCheck Q&A: has Australia had 25 years of continuous economic growth?

    Date: 01/06/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The Conversation is fact-checking claims made on Q&A, broadcast Mondays on the ABC at 9:35pm.

  • Vital Signs: an election in Australia, a key poll in the UK, all lead to uncertainty

    Date: 17/06/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    On Wednesday, the Open Market Committee of the US Federal Reserve Board decided - as widely anticipated - not to raise interest rates, keeping the benchmark Fed funds rate in the 0.25% to 0.5% range.

  • Vital Signs: central bankers longing for growth that may not come

    Date: 10/06/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Vital Signs is a weekly economic wrap from UNSW economics professor and Harvard PhD Richard Holden (@profholden).

  • Bringing Economics to the Marriage Equality Debate

    Date: 20/05/2016

    Author: Mark Humphery-Jenner

    Publisher: 2ser The Daily

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    Prof Humphery Jenner talks to the Daily, explaining that not allowing marriage equality sends a negative signal to the business community as well as the community at large.

  • Welcome to my Taobao village: how rural e-commerce growth is helping to empower isolated communities

    Date: 23/05/2016

    Publisher: South China Morning Post

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    The new e-commerce on Taobao brings social gains along with new income for neglected communities in rural China

  • What can we learn from Korean free trade deals?

    Date: 18/05/2016

    Author: Sang-Wook (Stanley) Cho

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Australiaís blood orange growers are feeling optimistic. They hope that a free trade agreement (FTA) between Australia and South Korea will open a new market for them in the Northern Asian nation.

  • Budget timing tricks do nothing to help small business, or the economy

    Date: 03/05/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Iíve always thought all businesses capable of creating jobs and wealth, regardless of their size.

  • Election FactCheck: is Labor planning to increase taxes by $100 billion over ten years?

    Date: 11/05/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Tax is shaping up to be a hot button issue in this election, with both major parties aiming to paint their opponents as high taxers.

  • Vital Signs: the interest rate cut that could lead to less business investment

    Date: 06/05/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    This week has been consumed with the Federal Budget, featuring Scott Morrisonís growth fantasy, and some timing tricks masquerading as good economic policy.

  • Scott Morrisonís growth fantasy needs a dose of venture capital discipline

    Date: 03/05/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    A completely legitimate criticism of the Rudd-Gillard government was that they spent money before it arrived.

  • The race is on: How accelerators are working to launch the next unicorn

    Date: 26/04/2016

    Publisher: Startup Daily

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    The billion dollar startup is such a powerful idea because itís not a myth ñ it is a reality that dozens of companies have achieved.

  • The way Australia taxes housing is manifestly unfair

    Date: 27/04/2016

    Author: Anthony Asher

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    When politicians talk about tax and fairness, itís easy for them to point out undeserved loopholes benefiting the wealthy, or multinational companies.

  • To get more people to pay taxes, Indonesia should stamp out corruption by officials at the top

    Date: 02/05/2016

    Author: Chris Evans

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Itís vital for Indonesia, which is struggling to increase tax revenue, to stamp out corrupt activities wherever possible.

  • Vital Signs: deflation Down Under?

    Date: 29/04/2016

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Markets were shocked this week by Australiaís March quarter Consumer Price Index. Headline inflation was negative (-0.2%), bringing the annual rate down to just 1.3%.

  • Five budget myths that refuse to die

    Date: 26/04/2016

    Publisher: The conversation

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    In the lead up to the federal budget on May 3, we asked five experts to dispel some of the most common myths associated with government budgets.

  • Shippers and shoppers

    Date: 15/04/2016

    Publisher: ABC

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    China is our largest trading partner and it has been argued that Australia survived the GFC because of our iron ore and coal trade with the Middle Kingdom.

  • Tricks and fudges to look out for in budget 2016

    Date: 22/04/2016

    Publisher: Australian Financial Review

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    Policies in the federal budget, to be handed down on May 3, will affect the personal finances of households around the country. It will also set the scene for much of the upcoming election battle.

  • First in, best dressed? The dubious nature of first-mover advantage

    Date: 04/04/2016

    Publisher: Marketing Mag

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    Few business maxims are as widely known as first-mover advantage, despite patchy evidence of its merits. Rob Grant examines when marketers should bravely lead from the front and when it pays to sit in the slipstream.

  • Multitasking: productivity scourge or boon?

    Date: 18/03/2016

    Author: Gigi Foster

    Publisher: South China Morning Post

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    Youíre on a conference call, while scanning your email inbox, someone walks in for your signature on a document, a Skype chat pops up on your screen, and all the while, in the back of your mind, you are planning strategy about an upcoming meeting.

  • University of NSW student website Parkways aims to solve parking pressures on Randwick streets

    Date: 12/03/2016

    Publisher: Daily Telegraph

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    Homeowners with unused garages and car spaces are being encouraged to rent out their spaces to resolve parking pressure on streets using an app designed by University of NSW students.

  • Fuel Price Hits A 12-Year Low, Here's Why Petrol Is So Cheap Right Now

    Date: 26/02/2016

    Author: Fariborz Moshirian

    Publisher: The Huffington post

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    Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines and get down to the servo, because the average fuel price in Australia has hit a 12-year low, and prices like this can't last forever.

  • Sydney apartments tipped to outperform houses in 2016

    Date: 29/02/2016

    Publisher: Domain

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    Theyíre coming to a suburb near you: brand-spanking new apartments, rising above shopping centres, assembling near transport hubs, and nudging their way onto highways and busy thoroughfares.

  • The ugly story of Dick Smith, from float to failure

    Date: 11/03/2016

    Publisher: the conversation

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    Early last month, the Senate announced an inquiry with terms of reference that cover the collapse of Dick Smith Electronics. There is a lot for senators to pore over in the float and failure of Dick Smith.

  • Your risk, my reward: is the sharing economy becoming less selfish?

    Date: 04/03/2016

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    In the early days of the sharing economy, players like Uber and Airbnb provided a platform for their services, but no such protection on the risks that came with them.

  • Are insurance companies holding too much capital?

    Date: 16/12/2015

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    The amount of capital insurance that companies must hold to cover their liabilities has become a difficult issue with their risk modelling methods now seriously under question.

  • Bernie Sanders and Super Bowl 50

    Date: 06/02/2016

    Publisher: The Globalist

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    The unexpected rise of Bernie Sanders in the U.S. Democratic presidential primaries has been due to his large number of young supporters.

  • Fear of failure holding back Aussie entrepreneurs: Survey

    Date: 20/11/2015

    Publisher: Smart Company

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    The overwhelming majority of Australians have a positive attitude towards entrepreneurship, but more than half are afraid of failing, according to research published this week by Amway.

  • Pearson Australia Student Academic Achievement Award Winners: Management, Marketing, Decision Science and Business Law: Brent Bennett, UNSW Australia

    Date: 05/12/2015

    Publisher: YouTube

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  • Central banks can deliver on a ëdivine coincidenceí ñ but Glenn Stevens is not a miracle worker

    Date: 09/11/2015

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Inflation-targeting central banks usually benefit from what some economists have labelled a ìdivine coincidenceî.

  • FIFA Needs More Women

    Date: 19/11/2015

    Publisher: The New York Times

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    When FIFAís Congress gathers in February, less than 1 percent of the voters will be female.

  • In Praise of Holding on to your Board Members

    Date: 18/11/2015

    Author: Jincheng (Emma) Zhang;Ying Dou

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    The global trend to limit the tenure of directors is misguided according to a study by UNSW Business School

  • It really pays for franchisees to do their due diligence; hereís how.

    Date: 28/10/2015

    Author: Jenny Buchan

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Potential franchisees need to know what they are committing to before they decide to buy a franchise.

  • The 'institute' with no members embarrasses Senate committee

    Date: 08/11/2015

    Publisher: The Age

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    In the cash-soaked world of American politics it's known as "astroturfing" ñ or the use of artificial grassroots to create an impression of widespread support for a particular political agenda.

  • Chair of the FIFA Task Force for Womenís Football submits proposals to the 2016 FIFA Reform Committee

    Date: 27/10/2015

    Publisher: Fifa.com

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    In her role as chair of the FIFA Task Force for Womenís Football and also as a co-opted member of the FIFA Executive Committee, Moya Dodd has prepared a detailed plan on how to increase women's participation in football - particularly in decision-making positions.

  • Qantas loyalty program fails to fly at Woolworths

    Date: 14/10/2015

    Author: Mark Uncles

    Publisher: AFR

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  • 12 countries sign Trans-Pacific Partnership

    Date: 06/10/2015

    Publisher: Sky News

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    Twelve Pacific rim countries have sealed a deal creating the world's largest free trade area, delivering President Barack Obama a major policy triumph, a US Official says.

  • Australia should be giving start-ups a leg up

    Date: 09/10/2015

    Publisher: ABC

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    With the advent of Prime Minister Turnbull, everyone seems to be talking about innovation and start-ups - and that has to be good thing.

  • Boring and protected: fifth pillar needed to get Australian bank customers moving

    Date: 12/10/2015

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Australiaís four pillars banking policy was originally intended to preserve competition in financial services by maintaining separation of the main players. Today, that policy provides them a comfort zone and a government guarantee.

  • Disney, Coca-Cola and McDonaldís fight to remain relevant in a digital world

    Date: 01/10/2015

    Publisher: In the Black

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    In a world increasingly dominated by technology and rapid change, long-established consumer businesses have to fight to stay current.

  • Alex Tsipras may be Greece's unlikely saviour

    Date: 29/09/2015

    Publisher: AFR

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    Last week, the man who led Greece to the brink of financial Armageddon, Alexis Tsipras, was returned to power in Greek elections. Is it a case of "Here we go again?"

  • Are correlations real or imagined?

    Date: 30/09/2015

    Publisher: Actuaries Digital

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    Actuaries Benjamin Avanzi, Greg Taylor and Bernard Wong challenge preconceptions regarding the high level of dependence between general insurance claims from different classes.

  • Move to boost number of indigenous accountants

    Date: 02/09/2015

    Publisher: The Australian

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    Benjamin Eisikovich, a recent graduate from University of NSW, says he was attracted to accounting because he can see its usefulness in everyday life.

  • UNSW staff awarded for teaching excellence

    Date: 22/09/2015

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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    Innovation and excellence in teaching are the cornerstones of quality higher education, and four UNSW academics have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to their students.

  • UNSW's Chris Styles shapes the business school of the future

    Date: 13/09/2015

    Publisher: AFR

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    "The world is changing pretty fast," UNSW's business dean Professor Chris Styles says as he ponders the shape of the business school of the future amid the disruption that is occurring in higher education

  • Big project spending a good way to kickstart stagnant economy

    Date: 19/08/2015

    Publisher: AFR

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    Glenn Stevens made headlines last week by suggesting economic growth below 3 per cent is the new normal. As he put it: "perhaps the growth we have seen is in fact closer to trend growth than we thought".

  • Bigotry shows Iranís true face

    Date: 28/08/2015

    Author: Fariborz Moshirian

    Publisher: The Australian

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    Just as the Iranian government awaits relief from economic sanctions via last monthís nuclear agreement, it has been exposed as wielding a heinous economic weapon against its biggest non-Muslim religious minority.

  • Forget about a ëcurrency warí; weíll have bigger worries off a weaker yuan

    Date: 14/08/2015

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The decline in the yuan is not really very large, and the way in which it happened is not all that nefarious.

  • Is customer delight enough to inspire loyalty?

    Date: 19/08/2015

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Delivering service so excellent that the customer's expectations have been met and exceeded has long been the goal of businesses.

  • Recent Research from UNSW Points to the Value Added by Longer Serving Directors

    Date: 01/08/2015

    Author: Jincheng (Emma) Zhang;Ying Dou

    Publisher: Australian Institute of Company Directors

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    Recent academic research from Dou, Saghal and Zhang from the University of New South Wales points to the value added by longer serving directors. The research (final version due to be published later this year) examines the role of independent directors with extended tenures (defined as directors with at least 15 yearsí experience) using a sample of US firms from the S&P 1500 from 1998-2013.

  • How can we fix the NBN?

    Date: 01/06/2015

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: Crikey

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    There are fewer than 400,000 premises actually connected to the national broadband network. Where can the government go from here?

  • Mission: Possible - the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre

    Date: 01/06/2015

    Publisher: UNSW Newsroom

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    A new centre at UNSW aims to transform the thinking of every student who steps through its doors.

  • Significant Investor Visa misses the mark on VC and innovation

    Date: 19/05/2015

    Author: Jo-Ann Suchard

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The review of the Significant Investor Visa (SIV) program was pitched by the government as an initiative to spur innovation in Australia.

  • The trend towards Board Term Limits is based on Faulty Logic

    Date: 31/05/2015

    Author: Ying Dou;Jincheng (Emma) Zhang

    Publisher: Financial Times

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    This article highlights the significant contribution of Dou, Sahgal, Zhang (2015) Financial Management

  • Three reasons why the PM might be wrong on rising house prices

    Date: 02/06/2015

    Publisher: Smart Company

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    Treasury secretary John Fraser has conceded parts of Australiaís property market are ìunequivocallyî in a housing price bubble, but Prime Minister Tony Abbott has brushed off the concerns.

  • Commercial realities determine where multinationals pay tax, and how much

    Date: 16/05/2015

    Publisher: The Australian

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    The recent clamour by some politicians, social welfare groups and media for multinational enterprises to be made to pay more tax in Australia culminated in two measures in Tuesday nightís federal budget for 2015-16.

  • Gay marriage is 'economic sense' say Australian firms

    Date: 08/05/2015

    Publisher: BBC

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    In Australia, at least 18,000 same-sex couples are waiting for the law to change to allow them to get married

  • How changing our bank account numbering system will be a win for customers

    Date: 30/04/2015

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    How changing our bank account numbering system will be a win for customers

  • So you want to be an entrepreneur?

    Date: 09/05/2015

    Publisher: Sydney Morning Herald

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    If you dream of becoming a Steve Jobs, Arianna Huffington or Mark Zuckerberg, universities can give you a head start. The fundamentals of finance, accounting, marketing, business plans, how to find venture capital, develop creativity, understand global markets and diagnose products strengths and weaknesses are part of key curriculums.

  • Who bears the cost when your Uber or Airbnb turns bad?

    Date: 27/04/2015

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Along with the disruption to industry giants in sectors such as private transport, accommodation and banking, some argue consumer protections have also been disrupted.

  • How your personality relates to your productivity ñ and salary

    Date: 22/04/2015

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Why do some people earn more than others? Research backs up the idea that workers with higher educational levels and more experience have higher salaries.

  • Laborís super plan would add complexity but not tackle inequity

    Date: 23/04/2015

    Author: Gordon Mackenzie

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    n announcing it would change the way is superannuation is taxed if elected, Labor has grasped the superannuation reform nettle by the hand.

  • This budget - like others before - will favour the rent-seekers

    Date: 27/04/2015

    Author: Gigi Foster

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Long before the release of French economist Thomas Pikettyís smash bestseller, it was recognised by social scientists that income inequality in developed countries had been rising for a while.

  • Boom time for Entrepreneur Schools (paywall)

    Date: 07/04/2015

    Publisher: Australian Financial Review

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  • Broader base, not a higher rate the answer for GST reform

    Date: 08/04/2015

    Author: Dale Boccabella;Kathrin Bain

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The tax ìconversationî treasurer Joe Hockey is hoping to kick off has quickly moved on to a discussion about the goods and services tax

  • The slide of academic standards in Australia: a cautionary tale

    Date: 21/04/2015

    Author: Gigi Foster

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The recent furore about academic standards in Australian higher education ñ including Monday nightís damning Four Corners expose ñ has the potential to bring not only desperately needed attention, but actual change, to the sector.

  • Why itís time for companies to give us back our data

    Date: 10/04/2015

    Author: Rob Nicholls

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Why shouldnít we decide how our own data is used?

  • Issues paper flags ëlower, simpler, fairerí tax: experts react

    Date: 30/03/2015

    Author: Kathrin Bain

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Australia needs tax reform to prevent millions of people experiencing bracket creep, according to a government discussion paper on the challenges facing the tax system

  • Never miss a delivery again

    Date: 23/03/2015

    Publisher: SMH

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    Many of us have been frustrated by having to collect a parcel from an Australia Post shop after missing a delivery while away from home. But thanks to Shippit, an innovative delivery company working with couriers across Australia, not only can parcels be delivered within a three-hour window between 7am and 10pm, they can also be delivered to any location.

  • Tourism, education key to India deal

    Date: 13/03/2015

    Publisher: The Australian

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    As Australia looks to hitch itself to another rising Asian superpower, economists warn it needs to look beyond its traditional strengths in the mining sector.

  • Universities are misguided to evade controversy with ëethicsí

    Date: 03/03/2015

    Author: Gigi Foster

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Australiaís social science research, like that in most developed countries since the infamous Milgram experiments took place at my alma mater in 1961, occurs under the watchful eye of ethics boards

  • Communication, people skills 'essential for accountants'

    Date: 24/02/2015

    Publisher: Australian Financial Review

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    Retiring University of NSW head of accounting Peter Roebuck has some parting advice for finance students and policy makers.

  • Is it time for Treasurer Malcolm Turnbull?

    Date: 10/02/2015

    Author: Richard Holden;Tim Harcourt

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    In the wake of Mondayís attempted Liberal leadership spill, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott clearly needs to do something to shore up support.

  • Why Tony Abbott risks becoming a Whitlam

    Date: 11/02/2015

    Publisher: AFR

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    The great American baseball player, Yogi Berra, was reportedly once asked by his exasperated high school teacher: ìDonít you know anything?î He replied: ìI donít even suspect anything.î Clever.

  • Economy like a car in need of a tune-up

    Date: 10/01/2015

    Publisher: The Australian

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    Though tempting, traditional analogies about the national economy are misleading at best, and downright wrong at worst.

  • Federal finances and family budgets have a great deal in common

    Date: 29/01/2015

    Author: Peter Swan

    Publisher: The Australian

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    WHEN Finance Minister Mathias Cormann said earlier this month said that it was ìunfair to rob our children and grandchildren of their opportunities to pay for todayís lifestyleî, he was attacked by economists from all sides of the political spectrum.

  • Obsessed with the dollar? What to expect from the Aussie in 2015

    Date: 20/01/2015

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    The Australian dollar is a curious currency. It is the fifth most traded in the world and it gyrates pretty wildly ñ having traded below 48 US cents and above 110 in the decade or so from mid 2001 to 2011

  • The transformation of marketing via the emerging digital marketplace

    Date: 10/12/2014

    Publisher: AGSM

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    An interview with Associate Professor Liem Viet Ngo on understanding buying behaviour: business, government and consumer

  • Why the Commonwealth can change the GST without the states

    Date: 29/01/2015

    Author: Dale Boccabella;Kathrin Bain

    Publisher: The Conversation

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    Under Australian law, changes to the GST are said to be not permitted unless the states agree to the changes. In reality, the GST lock-in mechanism is legally meaningless and unenforceable, though it may still hold political weight.

  • Getting to know you: The inclusive world of content marketing

    Date: 15/10/2014

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Brands are generating online narratives to interact directly with consumers

  • Just who are the crucial Mad Men?

    Date: 10/12/2014

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    In real firms, it's better to lose the stars out front than the back-room exec

  • Privatising big data: Will the ASIC treasure trove be sold off or sold out?

    Date: 17/09/2014

    Publisher: BusinessThink

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    Transparency and access issues cloud government plans for a windfall.

  • Real-life business experience over the internet

    Date: 11/08/2014

    Publisher: AFR

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    The AGSM has linked with two Sydney start-up firms to improve the online delivery of its master of ≠business and technology degree by≠ ≠adding up-to-date networking features.

  • Research into claim dependencies: an industry and academic collaboration

    Date: 01/08/2014

    Author: Benjamin Avanzi;Greg Taylor;Bernard Wong

    Publisher: Actuaries, The Magazine of the Actuaries Institute

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    Review of an upcoming project: Modelling claim dependencies for the general insurance industry with economic capital in view: an innovative approach with stochastic processes

  • Freer Trade With China Is Win-Win for Everyone

    Date: 23/01/2014

    Publisher: US News

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    Professor Geoffrey Garrett explains why allowing China to join the free trade Trans Pacific Partnership could benefit countries around the world.

  • Interview: Professor Geoffrey Garrett, newly appointed dean of the Wharton School

    Date: 22/03/2014

    Publisher: Sunday Profile - ABC

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    Professor Geoffrey Garret talks with Richard Aedy from ABC radio about his career and future appointment as Dean of The Wharton School.

  • The end of lectures as we know them?

    Date: 22/06/2014

    Publisher: YouTube

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    Students at UNSW Business School discover an exciting, refreshing way to learn that puts the learning back in their hands. At The Place, students are discovering it's fun to learn and make friends.

  • What the flip!

    Date: 23/06/2014

    Publisher: YouTube

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    What its like working in a new progressive environment called 'The Place' at UNSW Australia's business school. It's a flipped classroom with many benefits for students and lecturers. They tell the story in their own words.

  • Why rising Sino-Japanese tensions in the East China Sea could be dangerous

    Date: 04/02/2014

    Publisher: The Straits Times

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    Professor Geoffrey Garrett explains why the stoush between China and Japan is concerning ñ and why the US won't let China-Japan ties blow up.

  • World subject rankings ëgood for businessí

    Date: 26/02/2014

    Publisher: UNSW Business School News

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    Professor Geoffrey Garett comments on the latest QS World Rankings placing Accounting and Finance at UNSW in the top 10 worldwide.

  • Yellenís real-world focus a solid fit for the Fed

    Date: 10/01/2014

    Publisher: AFR

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    The confirmation of Janet Yellen to succeed Ben Bernanke as the new chairman of the US Federal Reserve positions her as most important person of 2014, according to Geoffrey Garrett.

  • Meet the dean: Geoffrey Garrett, Australian School of Business

    Date: 09/01/2014

    Publisher: Financial Times

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    Geoffrey Garrett's biography reads like a guide to the world's top universities - find out more about the dean of Australian School of Business.