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AGSM MBA's Integrative Experience

By Leilah Schubert

A new two week intensive 'Integrative Experience' course will start in August as part of the AGSM MBA program.

The Game’s Over for Banking Super Profits: What’s Next for the Big Four?

By Knowledge@ASB

Australia's big four banks may still rate highly in international terms, but they are also grappling with a multitude of changes that look set to transform the industry. With the new Basel 111 requirements posing onerous demands and a cyclical slowdown...

Kevin Rudd visits COFA!!

By Simon McIntyre

On May 18, 2102, Hon. Kevin Rudd visited COFA to receive a gift of a painting from Col Xing Junxin.

Simplified Personal Tax: Can Australians Be Trusted to Do the Right Thing?

By Knowledge@ASB

As tax time looms, many Australians are gathering evidence of deductible spending to file a personal income tax return post June 30, with their hopes pinned on receiving even a small sum back. However, in the UK and New Zealand,"wage slaves" and others...

From Down Under to Damn Wonder: The Future Beyond Rocks and Crops

By Knowledge@ASB

Tim Harcourt spent years traversing the globe for Austrade. Now, as the newly appointed JW Neville Fellow in Economics at the Australian School of Business, he brings a unique perspective on Australia's place in the global economy.

Salary Crunch: What is the Price of Wage Transparency?

By Knowledge@ASB

Whether or not wages should be kept confidential is a perennial hot topic. Even if an organisation keeps quiet about remuneration differences between staff, what people earn has an uncanny way of being revealed.

HSBC Australia's chief Paulo Maia: A Positive Prognosis for the Asian Century

By Knowledge@ASB

Despite signs of a dramatic slowdown in Asia, HSBC – one of the world's largest banks and the world's second largest public company by market capitalisation – is bullish on the long-term future of the region. Australian companies are already leveraging...

Creative Partnerships: The Future for Corporate Social Responsibility?

By Knowledge@ASB

Making a difference these days may mean more than writing a philanthropic cheque. The rules for corporate social responsibility (CSR) are being rewritten as big businesses look to using their core capabilities to address major social issues...

Food Security: What's Not Eating Australian Policymakers?

By Knowledge@ASB

Extreme weather in Australia has wiped out crops and sent the price of food soaring, heightening the issue of food security. In December 2010, global food prices hit an all-time high. Fears of a repeat of the 2008 food crisis have prompted many nations...

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