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04 April 2023

Sydney strengthens international ties in research and innovation

New international opportunities are open to Sydney researchers and students as the University expands partnership agreements with the University of Glasgow and the University of California San Diego.
03 April 2023

3 ways to help the $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund revive manufacturing

There is support for the fund from employer groups and trade unions, but there are also criticisms, writes Dr Jarryd Daymond from The University of Sydney Business School.
03 April 2023

Ukraine refugee awarded University of Sydney MBA scholarship

Ukrainian refugee Marta Artemenko is aiming to help rebuild her war-torn nation after being awarded the University of Sydney Business School 2023 Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership.
23 March 2023

How can we stop scammers slipping fake texts into legitimate SMS threads?

Dr Suranga Seneviratne from the Faculty of Engineering and Professor Carol Hsu from the Business School analyse how the proposed registry will help prevent these scams.

23 March 2023

Sexual harassment and customer abuse rife in retail

One in five retail workers has been sexually harassed at work in the past five years, most commonly by a senior colleague or a customer, according to a new report from the University of Sydney and the Australia National University.
16 March 2023

Evolution not revolution: why GPT-4 is notable, but not groundbreaking

OpenAI's new GPT-4 model is more creative and capable of more advanced reasoning, but remains subject to the same limitations of its predecessors, writes Dr Marcel Scharth from the University of Sydney Business School.
15 March 2023

Australian unpaid social contributions valued at $287 billion

Australians generated at least $287.86 billion in value through unpaid social contributions in 2021, according to a new report from the University of Sydney's Mental Wealth Initiative.
10 March 2023

Investor sentiment one year on from Russia-Ukraine invasion

Retail and institutional investment have stabilised since the beginning of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, when the markets went into a dive, writes Professor Eliza Wu from the University of Sydney Business School.
10 March 2023

Academics call for balanced regulation for buy now, pay later schemes

Business School academics from the Business Analytics discipline have submitted a detailed response to the Australian Government Department of Treasury’s Consultation on Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) Regulation.
08 March 2023

It’s called Frenchs Forest for a reason and why it is important to see the wood for the trees

Rico Merkert and David Li look at the effectiveness and authenticity of carbon offsetting when looking at the true carbon footprint of proposals.