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Steering the future of Australia's youth

Two CBE students discuss their work with the Youth Steering Committee – an Australian Government youth-engagement initiative.

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International expansion of bee hives and digital engineering platforms

The winning teams and clients reflect on the benefits of being involved in the International Business Plan Competition.

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Professor John List is paving the way for policy-ready social sciences

Professor John List introduces 'Option C thinking', a new research model designed to produced policy-based evidence from the start.

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CBE Internships provides in-depth insight into the workforce

CBE Internships participants from Semester 1, 2024 share their highlights.

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Game-changing CBE research will help project managers plan more effectively

Dr Ashkan Zarghami's new study introduces an innovative method to evaluate the reliability of project schedules.

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Applying indigenous wisdom to sustainable tourism

CBE PhD graduate discusses his research on collaborative tourism development.

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Algorithmic supremacy? How personalised news is shaping politics

CBE research explores the far-reaching effects of personalised news on the rising polarisation of politics.

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2023 ANU College of Business and Economics Teaching Awards

CBE’s 2023 Teaching Awards recognise excellence in teaching, tutoring, and education, and acknowledge contributions to the College’s student learning experience.

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Higher taxes on richest 1% maximises government revenue, CBE research finds

Associate Professor Cagri Kumru's latest research has direct policy implications for tax systems around the globe.

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Is your manager a narcissist? Here's what you need to know

CBE research shows that while narcissists can be star performers at work, their management style can be damaging to staff mental health.

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Bridging the gap between books and the real world

Australian Public Service Engagement Study Visit initiative provides students with the opportunity to learn first-hand from public-sector experts.

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Analysing their way to success

Four CBE students with a passion for financial analysis and professional ethics are to compete in the CFA Institute Research Challenge Oceania Final.

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Robo-don't: a misuse of algorithmic decision-making systems

A research paper co-authored by CBE's Professor Emerita Shirley Gregor receives two prestigious information systems awards.

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International Women’s Day 2024

Celebrating some of the extraordinary women of CBE.

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Is 'no-dividend news' good news? CBE research provides answers

CBE researcher Dr Jo Drienko explores the implications of dividend hibernation in the market.

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Why it's never too early to learn about Actuarial Studies

Associate Professor Adam Butt explains what an actuary is, and how secondary students can learn about Actuarial Studies at ANU.

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Developing solutions for engaging young people through SIP

Winners of SIP in Semester 2, 2023 discuss the solution they devised for the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

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CBE PhD candidate awarded the Sir Roland Wilson Scholarship

Kathryn Brett named a Sir Roland Wilson Scholar for her research in flexible working.

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CBE researcher explores the impact of foreign media on financial markets

A recent study conducted by CBE Associate Professor Tracy Wang provides new practical knowledge to financial decision makers.

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