30 May 2023

Cracking the code: the alum empowering the next generation of coders

Elena Sveshnikova co-founded CODE4FUN Programming School to educate her own sons. She now employs a team of 22 professionals to teach the fundamentals of computer science to almost 2000 students from kindergarten to Year 12 in classrooms across Sydney, and hundreds more online throughout Australia and beyond.
15 May 2023

Leading women into digital careers – programming not required

The inspiring panel moderated by Business School Dean, Professor Leisa Sargent featured Stevie-Ann Dovico, Elisa Chan, and Emily Bobis who each gave their insights into what a future in tech for women could look like and ways to increase inclusivity in digital careers.
10 May 2023

Australia has a National Quantum Strategy. What does that mean?

Australia has just unveiled its first National Quantum Strategy, which aims to make the nation a 'leader of the global quantum industry' by encouraging research, application and commercialisation. Dr Jarryd Daymond from the University of Sydney Business School breaks down what that means.
03 May 2023

Chinese investment in Australia increases for first time since 2016

Chinese investment in Australia increased to $2.1 billion in 2022, marking the first rise in six years but well below established highs, according to the latest report on Chinese investment in Australia from the University of Sydney Business School and KPMG.
01 May 2023

Intentions alone not enough to succeed in refugee employment

Australian businesses want to employ refugees but don't know where to start and require support, according to a new study from the University of Sydney Business School in partnership with Crescent Foundation.
01 May 2023

Bold plan for immigration overhaul will address Australia's future needs

Australia can return to its once world-leading model of equality and inclusion for migrants, write Associate Professors Chris F Wright and Stephen Clibborn from the University of Sydney Business School in The Sydney Morning Herald.
01 May 2023

Private Assets as a Service (PAaaS) with reference to the Private Car as a Service (PCaaS)

It is increasingly recognised that a role for the car will have to be factored in more carefully if MaaS is to grow in value.  In this piece, Professor David Hensher looks at the idea of a Private Car as a Service (PCaaS).

28 April 2023

Study warns of underestimated uncertainty in published research

New research involving the University of Sydney Business School has found researchers underestimate the degree of uncertainty in their findings.
11 April 2023

Reversing the carrot and stick: Incentivising Better Driving Behaviour

In the lead up to the NSW election both parties were proposing to incentivise driver behaviour. Professor Stephen Greaves looks further into the issue.
06 April 2023

How a passion for people led to a Global Executive MBA degree

For self-made global consultant, Richard Telleria, it was his father’s work ethic back in Spain that helped shaped the trajectory of career, and ultimately led him to Sydney’s Global Executive MBA.