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2013 Three Minute Thesis ASPIRE Award - Amrita KapurBy UNSWTV
Amrita Kapur (Faculty of Law) gives her presentation in the 2013 UNSW Three Minute Thesis Competition - "Heeding the words of a toothless tiger: how can the ICC help deliver justice for rape victims?".
London Calling - Global Roundup with the Airport EconomistBy UNSWTV
The London Olympics contained the work of many quiet Aussie achievers, from the SA firm that made the flames of the opening and closing ceremonies to the architects who left their stamp on key Olympic facilities. Bring on Rio!
Women and Leadership: Putting Unconscious Bias Top of MindBy Knowledge@ASB
Many managers are ill-prepared to tackle gender bias in organisations. However, change is afoot with reforms to the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Act demanding organisations address inequitable pay and deliver tangible equality outcomes...
The High Price of Living Longer: Pay-as-you-go or No Frills Aged Care?By Knowledge@ASB
The Productivity Commission's controversial recommendations for aged care have provided food for thought for policymakers, insurers and many older Australians. Australian School of Business actuarial professor Michael Sherris discusses the issues.
European Disunity: The High Cost of Not Being in the ZoneBy Knowledge@ASB
Is the end really near for the euro zone? Knowledge@ASB speaks with Wolfgang Buehler, a professor at the Australian School of Business who has extensively analysed the crisis.
Country PractisingBy UNSWTV
Tyron Clayworth, a 3rd Year Medicine student, is taking a year to study at the Port Macquarie campus of the UNSW Rural Clinical School. UNSW has five Rural Clinical School campuses across N.S.W.
Consumer Power Unleashed: Managing the Rise of the Digital ActivistBy Knowledge@ASB
Viral activism now presents a major threat to global brands. "If you don't like it, tweet about it" has become the mantra for dissatisfied customers who have embraced the power of the Internet, and social media, in particular. The impact of online...
Budget Déjà Vu: A Tiny Surplus on the Thin End of Wedge PoliticsBy Knowledge@ASB
To deliver a negligible budget surplus, the federal government increased taxes and saved on expenditure – then for good measure curried favour with middle Australia by giving much of it back. Treasurer Wayne Swan opted to sweat the small stuff rather...
The Freelance Imperative: IBM Blazes the Trail for a Liquid WorkforceBy Knowledge@ASB
In the brave new world of work, only executives with strategic roles and those who interface with clients may have regular jobs as the remaining workforce jostles for position in the "talent cloud". In a radical restructuring of its German workforce...