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03 October 2017

Road pricing reform – a getting started idea

While it is recognised that road pricing reform is necessary to tame traffic congestion to acceptable levels, the challenge is how to demonstrate the merits of a reform scheme without requiring a total system implementation.
29 September 2017

6 reasons why you should do an MBA

There comes a point in the career of many professionals where a certain threshold has been reached and further career progression becomes difficult. It is at this point that people often start to contemplate whether or not a MBA is for them.
28 September 2017

Predicting corporate bankruptcy

Professor Stewart Jones is using new and more sophisticated machine-learning technologies that can translate big data into highly accurate predictions.
12 September 2017

Record donation funds MBA scholarships

Alek Safarian, founder of medical research firm Novotech, has donated $1.4 million to fund MBA scholarships at the University of Sydney Business School.
08 September 2017

Top spot for first-time entrant in AFR BOSS MBA rankings

The Business School’s part-time MBA is Australia’s number-one program of its kind, according to rankings published by the Australian Financial Review’s BOSS magazine.
31 August 2017

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and modal capacity shortfall

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is talked about a lot as the new approach to delivering transport services that are better tailored to the needs of travellers, as it gives modal flexibility under various pricing offers. David Hensher explains further.
14 August 2017

Business School launches full-time MBA

The new full-time MBA at the University of Sydney Business School challenges tradition with the aim of producing graduates ready for today's complex business environment.
08 August 2017

The benefits and challenges of immigration

Over the past two decades, many countries around the world have looked to skilled migrants to meet their business and workforce needs.
31 July 2017

Sharing must work in a transport future

Transport in the future is predicated on technology change and a willingness to participate in collaborative consumption. This includes citizens’ attitudes towards transport assets (particularly cars). Read what Corinne Mulley and John Nelson have to say.
12 July 2017

The high cost of housing and how to reduce it

In this article, Michael Bell investigates whether the current high cost of housing in Australian cities like Melbourne, and especially Sydney, is caused by excessive demand or insufficient supply.