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09 November 2022

New initiative to boost Indigenous-owned businesses

Indigenous-owned businesses will receive education, mentoring and support to increase their capacity as part of a new partnership between the NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce and University of Sydney Business School.
07 November 2022

A technologically advanced society is choosing to destroy itself

Professor Christopher Wright from the Business School examines how we reached the point that inaction seems inevitable in the face of disaster.
01 November 2022

International evidence backs multi-employer bargaining

Associate Professor Chris F Wright and Emeritus Professor Russell Lansbury from the Business School explore the claims and reality of multi-employer bargaining.
28 October 2022

Socceroos and Diamonds protest ‘sportswashing’: experts weigh in

Australia's soccer and netball teams have dominated headlines this week for their political stances, drawing support and criticism from University of Sydney experts.
27 October 2022

Environment now the greatest concern for business leaders

A new report built on findings from a survey of 4,206 professionals across 75 countries has revealed that the environment is the single greatest concern facing modern-day business leaders, overtaking technological advancement.

13 October 2022

Doctor of Business awarded to former NSW Premier

The Honourable Mike Baird AO, former Premier of NSW, was yesterday admitted to the degree of Doctor of Business (honoris causa) for his outstanding contribution in the fields of government, business and the not-for-profit sector.
11 October 2022

Hybrid work pattern begins to stabilise

After two years of COVID disruption, a hybrid work pattern with some days in the office and others at home has become the norm in Australia - but with big discrepancies depending on your occupation.
08 October 2022

Doctor of Business awarded to former NSW Premier

Former NSW Premier the Honourable Nick Greiner AC was recognised for his contributions across business and politics by the University of Sydney.

05 October 2022

Conspiracy theories thrive on YouTube, new study

A new study by social media researchers at the University of Sydney and QUT has found conspiracy theories are thriving on YouTube despite the platform's efforts to harden posting rules and guidelines.
28 September 2022

Two University of Sydney academics to advise Government

The Australian Government has selected two University of Sydney academics to advise on national taskforces, recognising their expertise in gender equality and quantum computing respectively.