The recent US plan to purchase bad bank assets requires the full participation and support of the private sector, writes Professor Fariborz Moshirian from the Australian School of Business.
Corporations should be managed for long-term value rather than quarter-by-quarter, said SingTel Group chief Chua Sock Koong, at the first Meet the CEO event for 2009.
More than 100 delegates from 50 leading universities and institutes across Asia participated in UNSW's second International Research Workshop.
Restoring faith in the banking system is a prerequisite for sustained economic recovery from the global financial crisis, writes Professor Fariborz Moshirian of the Australian School of Business.
Australian School of Business PhD student Najeeb Memon hopes his award-winning research will help reduce tax evasion and corruption in his home country of Pakistan.
The AGSM MBA Program has been ranked as the leading full-time MBA in Australia and 32nd in the world in the Financial Times' (UK) 2009 course rankings.
Waterflows could be restored at the mouth of the Murray-Darling for less than a fifth of the billions spent so far on environmental programs.
University medallist Shaun Yow has won the 2009 General Sir John Monash Award. He will head to the US to study the economics of ageing.
Two large donations from the Macquarie Group will pay dividends for the business community.
Cheryl Kernot will join the Centre for Social Impact as its first Director of Teaching and Learning, the Centre's chief executive, Professor Peter Shergold, has announced.