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Are you ready for the jobs of the future

The jobs of the future. 4 August 2016. Are we ready for the jobs of the future asks Professor Ron Johnston. The flow of reports about the impact of automation, mostly dire, continues. The big question is whether we are facing more of the same, or
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Workplace policies must reflect 21st century realities

Workplace policies must reflect 21st century realities. 31 May 2016. Report provides roadmap to reform in eight key policy areas. Work and care policy needs to reflect research evidence, writes Dr Elizabeth Hill, co-convenor of the Australian Work
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The Story of Wall Street's First Black Millionaire

a swath through the thoroughly white New York business world in the middle decades of the 19th century. ... Not that the ethics or business practices of many of his antebellum contemporaries could bear too much scrutiny, but Wall Street was never going
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2015/11/10/the-story-of-wall-street-s-first-black-millionaire.html
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How market forces and weakened institutions are keeping wages low

Professor John Buchanan, University of Sydney Business School. Historically Australia has had the great benefit of having institutional arrangements that balanced these forces well. ... This article was authored by Professor John Buchanan, Head of the
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2017/12/20/how-market-forces-and-weakened-institutions-are-keeping-wages-lo.html
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Your post-HSC decisions aren't set in stone

If you're itching to kickstart an innovative business idea, you could join our startup accelerator program for young entrepreneurs, INCUBATE.
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A successful Infrastructure Australia should plan its own exit

Despite this, escalating congestion, higher emissions, greater service costs, lower service quality and lost business and investment opportunities persist in both cities and regional Australia. ... It is better that infrastructure is provided through
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/02/19/a-successful-infrastructure-australia-should-plan-its-own-exit.html
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Value capture no path to infrastructure utopia

Value capture no path to infrastructure utopia. 29 April 2016. How to pay for major projects remains a key political challenge. Value capture is no silver bullet for infrastructure funding, writes Garry Bowditch, Executive Director of the Better
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A congestion charge will help unclog Sydney's roads and save drivers money

Professor David Hensher is the director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney Business School. ... This article was first published in the Trevor Watson. Director of Media, Business School.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2016/03/11/a-congestion-charge-will-help-unclog-sydney-s-roads-and-save-dri.html
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Experts examine the COVID-19 tracing app

University of Sydney academics from the disciplines of cybersecurity, law and health comment on COVIDSafe, the COVID-19 contact tracing app released by the federal government.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/04/28/experts-examine-the-covid-19-tracing-app.html