07 August 2023

Population growth and the economy: A mixed blessing?

Christopher Day discusses population policy as one of the big three economic levers.
03 August 2023

How do the Voice to Parliament ads try to influence voters? And is it effective?

The effectiveness of four different advertising campaigns for and against the Voice to Parliament have been analysed by Associate Professors Tom van Laer and Catherine Sutton-Brady from the University of Sydney Business School.
19 July 2023

How the Voice 'yes' and 'no' camps have sold their messages

Expertise, familiarity and likeability are pitted against 10 reasons to vote no in the pamphlets for and against the Voice to Parliament, writes Associate Professor Tom van Laer from the University of Sydney Business School.
18 July 2023

Commerce students drive innovation in the circular tyre economy

Business School industry partner, Tyre Stewardship Australia, equips final-year students with the skills, knowledge, and readiness they need to thrive in their future careers.
17 July 2023

Stronger union rights can mean more productive, sustainable workplaces

Union rights are vital for giving workers "collective voice" and thereby improving economic performance, writes Associate Professor Chris F Wright in the Sydney Morning Herald.
11 July 2023

Digital skin check service wins Sydney Genesis startup competition

A dermatologist who has developed technology to tackle melanoma has won $25,000 towards his venture in the University of Sydney Business School's flagship startup accelerator.
04 July 2023

SMART solutions needed for stressed care workforce

Poor work relationships and unmanageable demands on healthcare workers in NSW have prompted the industry to trial work design strategies that improve workers' mental health and wellbeing.
03 July 2023

PwC scandal a symptom of a narrow mindset that governs Australia's tax matters

The trickle-down economics mantra is still so entrenched in our tax mindset that not even the critics have entertained challenging its assumptions, writes Dr Mattia Anesa, Associate Professor Paul Spee and Associate Professor Fabio James Petani in The Canberra Times.
03 July 2023

Using Artificial Intelligence to Mitigate Supply Chain Risks

Professor Ben Fahimnia looks at how AI-driven analytics can help our essential supply chains to build resilience capabilities through systematic detection of mitigation strategies.
29 June 2023

University of Sydney leadership on gender pay gap recognised

The University of Sydney has been admitted as a member of the Equal Pay International Coalition (EPIC), an organisation which aims to achieve equal pay for women and men everywhere.