ASB to partner with Wharton

In a major coup, the Australian School of Business has struck an exclusive agreement with the prestigious US business school Wharton, to become a partner in the global Knowledge@Wharton Network.

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In a major coup, UNSW's Australian School of Business (ASB) has struck an exclusive agreement with the prestigious US business school Wharton, to become a partner in the global Knowledge@Wharton Network.

An online portal for capturing and disseminating business knowledge, Knowledge@Wharton has a global audience of more than 1.3 million subscribers.

ASB will be the only Australian business school to have its own business journal on the portal, which will be launched early next year.

Knowledge@Australian School of Business will analyse breaking business news, economic trends, business research and government policy in Australia, regionally and globally, with articles, video interviews and podcasts.

ASB Dean Professor Alec Cameron said the partnership was an exciting development.

"This is a very valuable partnership for ASB and the University," Professor Cameron said. "Knowledge@Wharton reaches business leaders around the world. Being part of the network will significantly increase the reach and exposure of our academics and their research and give us a powerful avenue for building global connections with business.

"And of course there are the obvious reputational benefits of co-branding with one of the world's leading business schools," he said.

Read the full story on the Australian School of Business website.

Media contact: Marie Kelly | 9385 5895 | mariek@unsw.edu.au