Merging commerce and arts for a dream job
CBE alumna Nicole Koprivec reflects on her transformation from a reluctant student to an enthusiastic graduand.
Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation program gains expert in specialised field
Samira Nazar bring a wealth of knowledge in entrepreneurial ecosystems and marginalised entrepreneurs in fragile contexts to the program.
Celebrating Women in Information Technology
Empowering students at the 2023 WIC International Women's Day Luncheon.
New Double Master program delivers dual competency
Double Master (Master of Applied Accounting and Master of Financial Management) to give students greater career flexibility.
SIP partners with the National Museum of Australia
The National Museum of Australia presents sustainable-energy transition as its challenge for SIP participants.
2022 CBE Research Awards
CBE academics recognised for world-class teaching and research supervision.
The silver lining in jewellery
CBE alumna and founder of jewellery business YAJ International shares her career journey from salesperson to entrepreneur.
Bentspoke offers bespoke internship experience
CBE undergraduate Outstanding Intern of the Year Jackson Wiebe uses his business acumen in boutique brewery.
Accounting in the new world
CBE's Master of Accounting specialisations will equip you for the modern business world.
Breaking international ground for business
Four CBE students discuss their experience winning the International Business Plan competition.
A case for financially-viable event promotion
2022 ANU Business Case Study Competition winners successfully devise an original venture.
Ready to innovate
CBE postgraduate graduand Nidhi Shankar Reddy shares her experience at the University and taking on a Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Finding the balance in studies and life
CBE graduand Sayla Siddiqui celebrates completing her PhD and shares her highlights and advice.
A passion is born
CBE graduand Wenxin Zeng shares discovering her future aspirations through her undergraduate studies.
CBE teaching excellence recognised
CBE academics receive the 2022 Vice Chancellor Excellence in Education award in recent ceremony.
Mentee and mentor – a match made in Momentum
CBE student Ankit Patro and PwC Senior Manager Ali Qureshi share the value of our professional-development initiative, Momentum.
CBE success with ARC funding
Dr Yanrong Yang, Dr Francis Hui and Professor Alan Welsh awarded funding through prestigious ARC Discovery Projects 2023 Scheme.
The caravans and passageways of ageing workers
CBE's Lee Sarandopoulos discusses her research on the factors that impact ageing workers' decision to remain in the workforce or leave.
Reform for Colombian student loans system receives accolade
CBE's Emeritus Professor Bruce Chapman is the co-recipient of the 2022 UK Economic and Social Research Council Outing Public Policy Impact award.
Safety and financial security for women
ANU Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics' conference considered solutions to the social problem of intimate partner violence.
Journal of Mathematical Economics gains ANU expert
CBE's Associate Professor Idione Meneghel appointed as Co-editor of the 'Journal of Mathematical Economics'.
Consulting in the Japanese market
CBE student Emma Yen discusses winning the 2022 Westpac Asian Exchange Scholarship, and her plans to build a consulting career in Japan.
Blurred lines in auditing
CBE's Dr Madhukar Singh discusses his research on how audit committee alma-mater ties may affect audit quality.
Internship success in the virtual world
CBE students Crystal Lavien and Devayani Mujumdar share their success with the College's Virtual Internship Experience.
CBE Internships - your career gateway
CBE postgraduate Outstanding Intern of the Year award recipient Gang Huangfu explains how a CBE Internship led him to his current role.
New heights for economics researcher
CBE's Associate Professor Kailing Shen's research on the removal of gender-targeting in job advertisements published in prestigious economics journal.
CBE research blasts off
CBE's Professor Ofer Zwikael discusses how his research is keeping NASA's projects on schedule.
Complex research – simply explained
CBE higher degree research candidates describe their research in only three minutes.
In defence of the climate
CBE alumnus Ryan Hamilton discusses climate change and his role as the Chief of Staff for the Environmental Defense Fund.
Computing equilibria in the market for automobiles
Dynamic model of trading new and used cars published in top-tier Economics journal.
Journal of Labor Economics gains ANU expert
CBE economist Professor Xin Meng appointed as an editor of the ‘Journal of Labor Economics’.
Exchange for experience
CBE student Sophie Macdonald talks about winning a 2022 Westpac Asian Exchange Scholarship, and how she plans to use it.
Aligning on purpose
Graduand Fadhil Musyaffa reflects on how CBE has set him on his career path.
Success with CBE's Special Industry Project
Special Industry Project participants from Semester 1, 2022 share their highlights.
A virtual step-up
CBE alumna Tiana Teng shares insights from her finance career and the benefits of virtual learning.
Taking the lead
NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission Chief Operating Officer Lisa Pulko discusses leadership in the public sector.
Research with impact
ANU scholars developed a Community Engagement Plan for SEARMS Community Housing Aboriginal Corporation.
Significant gains through CBE Internships
CBE Intern of the Year Vanessa O'Brien speaks about her student-sourced internship with Significant Early Venture Capital.
Making healthy moves in leadership
CBE alumnus and CEO of Bupa Asia Pacific Hisham El-Ansary reflects on his career in healthcare.
Momentum for the future
ANUSA representative Isha Singhal explains how CBE's professional-development initiative Momentum has supported her career goals.
A win for CBE Internships
CBE Interns of the Year Kaveen Marasinghe and Oscar Li share their success with CBE-sourced internships.
Standing out against the competition
CBE alumna Emily Wu shares her career experience and the key characteristics of a successful job applicant.
Marketing consumer health
CBE alumnus Luis Guerra shares his journey into marketing and how it opened up the world.
Investing for good
The ANU Student Managed Fund – socially responsible investing and teaching-led research.
CBE academic receives Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning
Universities Australia recognises Dr Timo Henckel for his exceptional teaching.
Mathematical and statistical sciences accolade for CBE academic
Dr Francis Hui receives the Christopher Heyde medal for his contributions to statistical methodology.
Introducing the CBE Canberra Alumni Network
Connecting, supporting, and empowering current students and alumni of CBE.
From little things, proteins grow
CBE alumnus Willie Ng shares his growth as an agripreneur and how ANU prepared him for the unknown.
Students’ take on academic research
Meet three CBE students who are making complex academic research from around the world accessible to wider society.
Searching for hedge-fund skill
CBE research proposes new cohort model to improve the identification of skilled managers.
Digital insurance: a global future
CBE alumna Sian Moon reflects on her professional growth and taking her career from ANU to the world.
Information is key to the social security of China’s migrant workers
New study investigates influences on the social-insurance participation of the country’s rural-urban migrants.
ANU supports clean energy efficiency through the Special Industry Project.
Brothers in business
CBE alumni, brothers Joshua and Oscar Gonzalez, talk business building.
Prestigious grants for CBE researchers
Two CBE-led proposals secure funding through the ARC’s Discovery Projects scheme.
Count on experience
Graduand Abhishek Singh on embracing the University’s work-integrated learning opportunities.
The changing shape of retail
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Wesfarmers, Rob Scott, shares his insights on the evolving retail industry.
Success knows no borders
Dr Nghia (Andrew) Tran recognised as a rising star in transnational research.
Graduand Chong Hau (Christopher) Ong shares his academic-journey highlights.
CBE alumna Gloria Jiang shares insights on banking-industry recruitment.
Tomorrow’s problem solvers
RSA Business Case Study Competition challenges high school students from three countries.
Vice-Chancellor's Awards 2021
Ten CBE educators were recognised for their excellence in teaching and tutoring.
Research honours for CBE Academic
Pierre van der Eng makes Research magazine elite list
The cost of distracted investors
CBE research examines whether institutional investor monitoring improves board performance.
Modelling workplace success
CBE Intern of the Year, Shane Jose, reflects on the lessons he learned during his industry experience.
CBE alumna Marie-Claire McGuffie discusses all things retail marketing.
Top exam tips from CBE's Director of Students and Learning
Dr Jenni Bettman provides advice to students heading into the University’s exam period.
Is S&P 500 Membership for Sale?
CBE research suggests that membership of the world’s largest stock index could be driven by more than just financial performance.
Strengthening research ties in a pandemic
RSM partners with UNSW’s School of Management and Governance to launch its latest research initiative.
ANU receives international recognition for career services
The University’s professional-development initiatives now include the CBE Virtual Internship Experience.
Cracking corporate codes
Meet Associate Professor Louise Lu, CBE’s financial accounting expert.
Australia has ranked last in an international gender pay gap study — here are 3 ways to do better
A small number of changes can give Australia a chance to ramp up progress to close the gender pay gap.
The ripple effect
Alumna Jessica Morrison shares how her time at ANU helped her navigate her sporting and professional careers.
Headlines and deadlines
ANU alumnus and ABC’s Seoul Correspondent Carrington Clarke provides a sneak peek into the working mind of a journalist.
The tribe has spoken
Alumna Dr Hataya Sibunruang reflects on how watching Survivor influenced her academic career.
CBE alumna Jessica Morrison reflects on her win at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Breaking the curse (of dimensionality)
Meet CBE’s statistics academic, Dr Yanrong Yang.
Getting job ready through internships
CBE Intern of the Year Seonghyun Yong embraces the College’s career development initiatives.
Climate change means Australia may have to abandon much of its farming
It is time for the Government to start budgeting for the costs of living with climate change, not just the costs of cutting emissions
Research made simple
CBE higher degree research candidates race to explain their research in only three minutes.
Peter Jamieson, CSC’s Chief Customer Officer, discusses the COVID-induced financial stress among Australian consumers.
Diet another day
Alumnus Naresh Kumar talks about his student experience at CBE and his MasterChef Australia journey.
Where good business and energy policy meet
ANU students embrace work-integrated learning opportunities.
Tutes to succeed
Four CBE tutors share their insights, including making the most of tutorials.
Making big academic strides
Meet Dr Lingwei Li, one of CBE’s financial accounting experts.
Winning the numbers game
Graduand Nikunj Agarwal reflects on his unique journey to Canberra and ANU.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
CBE alumna Natalie Ho shares her insights on workplace adaptability and customer expectations in the luxury-goods industry amidst COVID-19.
Humble leaders are ‘hypocrites’
CBE research suggests that leaders displaying humility can be perceived as hypocritical by their employees.
What’s the human cost of COVID-19?
CBE alumnus Amir Jilani shares his economic insights on social development issues.
‘No jabs, no job’
Professor Rabee Tourky believes the PM and his Government may have missed the mark with last night’s Federal Budget.
The 2021 Federal Budget: well-intentioned but misguided
CBE experts discuss the policy missteps of the 2021 Federal Budget.
Game. Set. Theory.
Meet Associate Professor Idione Meneghel, CBE’s microeconomics expert.
CBE academics share tips to help students get the most out of their university experience.
Let’s talk about stress
Mental health and wellbeing professional discusses stress-mitigating strategies for university students.
Renowned finance expert joins CBE
Professor Bruce Grundy commences at the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Statistics.
The gender turnover
New CBE research shows hiring more women quickly cuts an organisation’s employee turnover.
Real-life learning, remotely
CBE’s Outstanding Intern of the Year talks about building on her career-ready skills during a COVID-dominated year.
From theory to practice
How to best adapt when transitioning from university to the workplace.
Best foot forward – how to win the recruitment process
Job-hunting success depends on what you do before the interview.
CBE alumna Serene Ng shares her insights on leadership research.
ANU academic wins prominent Australian research award
Dr Janice Scealy receives the Moran Medal for her contributions to statistical science.
What does it take to chase your dream career?
Practical advice for the job-ready chasers.
The skills toolkit
CBE alumna Dr Valerie Caines shares the key differences between working in academia and the private sector.
ANU auditing expert appointed as Emeritus Professor
Professor Neil Fargher is one of Australia’s leading academics in the field of auditing and financial accounting.
Hello, Kon'nichiwa, Ciao
Meet Associate Professor Sarbari Bordia, CBE’s linguistics and corporate communications expert.
Keeping up with the Joneses? Managerial incentives change how government spending affects private investment
Dr Phong Ngo employs a novel approach to understand how government spending affects private R&D expenditure.
Finding a ‘super’ strategy
Mentors and mentees of the College’s unique Special Industry Project share their insights.
Learn how to adapt to digital disruptions
Program convenor reflects on the ever-changing technology field.
Learning by leaps and bounds
Graduand Bernice Choi reflects on the numerous opportunities at CBE.
Becoming a problem-solver
As a former Asset Optimisation Head for Vedanta Resources Limited in India, Manvendra Singh executed several large-scale projects with expat colleagues, including some from Australia.
CBE research informs Retirement Income Review
Work by Dr Gaurav Khemka, Associate Professor Geoff Warren and PhD candidate Yifu Tang cited in Review findings.
New specialised accounting degree at CBE
College introduces Master of Applied Accounting to enhance knowledge and skills.
The importance of mentorship
CBE’s flagship mentoring program ensures students are prepared to navigate the professional landscape.
Gaining more by giving back
ANU Commerce and Science graduate shares his career path and the benefits of mentorship.
CBE researcher wins prominent management award
Professor Ofer Zwikael receives top honours for his book on project management.
CBE economists awarded prestigious grant
Tally of ARC-funded projects underway in the College now up to 24 projects.
Pre-uni commerce course for ACT students
Year 11 and 12 Canberra region students can undertake a commerce course and experience university life.
Professional development through partnerships
Experiential learning opportunities for ANU students through partnership with Twofold Aboriginal Corporation.
ROI – Return on Internships
CBE alumna and internship host, Fuzuki Nishimura, explains the importance of internships.
Alumnus Harry Hoang recognised as one of the most influential Asian-Australians for his leadership in accounting.
Finding ANU uni-life in Shanghai
Students share how the ANU Shanghai Study Hub has been in a silver lining during the pandemic.
'Big picture' economist wins top prize
Professor Markus Brueckner has won one of Australia's most prestigious prizes in economics.
Victorious team of the inaugural CBE Careers and CPA Australia Case Competition share their experience.
Revolutionising evidence-based policies
CBE researchers continue to produce and disseminate high-quality, high-impact research.
Making a global impact
Ongoing CBE collaboration could swiftly change the way we communicate scientific content.
Food for thought
CBE commerce graduate Brogan Goode discusses his ‘new life’ as a food guide in Canberra.
Creating your dream job
CBE commerce graduate Victor Jiang shares his perspective on being a tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
Managing investor expectations
CBE alumnus Jie Chang, who completed a Master of Financial Management (with Merit), sheds light on China’s wealth-management industry.
Gaining real-world skills by helping community
Accounting students share their experience interning with the ANU Tax Clinic.
Former Master of Finance student Mingjun Sun shares her ANU and professional experience.
Sure about being uninsured
New work highlights the characteristics of uninsured workers in the US.
An app a day can keep the doctor away
New research investigates patients’ emotional connection with mobile health-monitoring services.
Four CBE academics were awarded for their excellence in teaching.
Master of Business Information System student Anissa Mashor discusses data and her transition to remote learning.
Economics graduate Rob Fisher sheds light on the operations of a renewable energy company.
Learning at the crossroads of business and tech
CBE Intern of the Year Tarida Angela discusses building her networks and resilience.
Master of Project Management student Niranjan Gaikwad shares how his way-of thinking has changed.
Jason Weng, who studied Actuarial Studies and Finance at CBE, shares his journey into the world of data analytics.
Time to suit-up
CBE Intern of the Year shares her journey, insights and what she did with the prize money.
ANU Tax Clinic reopens
Student-run clinic will offer extended services beyond Canberra.
The role of geography in bankruptcy
New research provides geographic dimension to corporate bankruptcy contagion.
Boosting community healthcare
MBA student Donisha Duff discusses the health sector for Indigenous communities in Australia and overseas.
The COVID-19 code of conduct
Dr Jane Gunn, who completed her PhD at CBE, discusses the opportunities for organisations and leaders in a post-pandemic world.
CBE alumna Jo Evans, who completed a bachelor degree in Asian Studies and Economics (Honours), reflects on climate change and policy.
Gaining more than the syllabus
ANU graduand Faez Faris, who is studying a Bachelor of Economics, recalls his unique student experience.
Purpose, profit and impact
International Business graduate Cheryl Ng discusses her career trajectory, social enterprise and her CBE experience.
Decoding digital taxation
Dr Arnaldo Purba, who completed his PhD at CBE, expands on digital taxation and learning to conduct ‘proper research’ at ANU.
Learning the language of business
ANU graduand Shuai He, who studied accounting, recollects his unique student experiences.
Growing from strength to strength
Master of Business Information Systems student Radha Pillai discusses her inspiring transition from Mumbai, India to Canberra.
Thought leadership in risk management
Dr Laura Ryan, who obtained an Honours degree in Actuarial Studies from CBE, discusses investment management during COVID-19.
A sustainable resolve
David Maywald, who studied accounting, finance and economics at CBE, shares his insights on sustainable investment.
Master of Business Information Systems student Monika Lionaite shares her experience of organising a virtual global hackathon.
‘Grandfather of HECS’ recognised
CBE Professor Bruce Chapman AO receives prestigious honour, named an Officer of the Order of Australia.
Bridging the data-literacy divide
Bartolomeo Badalassi, who studied Actuarial Studies at CBE, shares his consultancy insights and enthusiasm for data.
Jordan Nicholaeff is studying a Bachelor of Finance, Economics and Statistics, and reflects on learning beyond the classroom in China.
The future belongs to the problem-solvers
Commerce graduate Rachel Lau discusses what it’s like to be a business owner and the fate of start-ups in Asia post-COVID-19.
The power of communication in the workplace
Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, CBE Careers and its industry partners are offering a wide range of opportunities.
The making of a leader
CBE student and renowned strategist Zechao Ou discusses business and the ANU-Tsinghua Master of Management program.
A front row view of global finance
ANU alumna Cathie Armour sheds light on how financial and legal systems contribute to community wellbeing.
Forging one’s own path
CBE alumna Stacey Lin, an actuarial consultant, reflects on her academic and professional growth.
Real lessons from real clients
Winning team of last year's CBE Special Industry Project recaps their unique experience with the Royal Australian Mint.
All things data
CBE alumnus Shubham Singh sheds light on his academic and professional growth in Australia.
ANU, Harvard and now Stanford, CBE alumnus Matthew Jacob reflects on the diverse academic pathways.
Zooming through COVID-19
CBE’s award-winning lecturer Dr Marina Iskhakova on her transition to teaching from home.
Data, AI and fighting COVID-19
CBE alumnus and Auditor-General of Victoria Andrew Greaves sheds light on data analytics and organisational misconduct.
Taking centre stage: Team Australia at Expo 2020
World Expos are among the largest international events on the planet, taking place every five years and lasting six months. They are events that showcase the best examples of collaboration, innovation and cooperation from around the world.
The sky is the limit
ANU alumna and RBA economist June Ma recounts her journey to Harvard University.
Worker trust drives delegation
The amount of trust workers place in their management affects their responsibilities.
Staying mentally strong during COVID-19
CBE alumnus Andrew Thorp is the Head of Strategy and Planning at Beyond Blue, an Australian not-for-profit organisation that specialises in providing information, advice, and support to help everyone in the country to achieve their best possible mental-health level.
The value of adaptability
CBE alumnus Adrian King, a Partner at PwC, shares his insights on COVID-19 and life after graduating.
ANU wins prestigious Global Employers' award
Last month, The Australian National University (ANU) won a prestigious Global Employers' Choice Award.
Walking the walk
CBE alumna Iris Chan shares her industry insights on customer experience in the Asia Pacific, why a company’s most important asset is its talent and how her ANU experience influenced her most formative years.
Unlocking the economy during the lockdowns
Restarting the economy while providing levers for health authorities to keep the COVID-19 outbreak controlled.
Professor to lead prestigious Biometrics journal
RSFAS Professor Alan Welsh to lead prestigious Biometrics journal.
Hibernating the economy through COVID-19
CBE academics are behind the Australian Government’s approach to hibernate the economy.
Secure worker entitlements before JobKeeper
The JobKeeper subsidy can make workers and the nation worse off if workers aren't guaranteed their entitlements.
Effect of Indonesia’s COVID-19 stimulus packages
Two factors limit the ability of Indonesia’s government to stimulate the economy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trade implications of Hong Kong’s ongoing unrest
The social unrest in Hong Kong continues amidst the growing health crisis, compounding market effects.
Australian economy: Lessons from the Spanish flu
How do the dimensions and policy implications of the Spanish Flu compare with COVID-19
The Hibernating Economy: State of Play April 1
Professor Rabee Tourky, Professor Rohan Pitchford and June Ma
Wage subsidies during COVID-19 are a bad idea
Wage subsidy is not good policy during economic hibernation, and is likely to impede the recovery process.
Pandemic Debt Exemption
Addressing bankruptcy and insolvency arising due to the shutdowns in the pandemic.
Standing out from the crowd
CBE alumnus Miles Wu shares his views on digital economies and his experience at ANU.
The Hibernating Economy: banking state of play
How banks are coordinating their activities while the economy is in hibernation.
How do we Hibernate the Economy when we must?
Highlighting the role of banks in providing insurance for businesses during the economic hibernation period.
HECS-style loans during the crisis is a bad idea
The argument that income-contingent schemes are not appropriate for workers affected by a downturn in demand.
CBE alumna and prominent author Jamila Rizvi discusses mentorship for women, writing and Hermione Granger.
The cost of not being clear about what you want
New work looks at how to reduce ambiguous language in requirement documents to bring about better delivered outcomes.
Learning the Emirati way
CBE students Michael Oates and Carlin Sloan share highlights from their recent GBI trip to Dubai.
Bringing the business world into the classroom
PhD candidate-turned-ANU teacher wins national award for exceptional contribution to student learning.
The risk of being too risk-averse in the APS
Former Commonwealth Auditor-General analyses the current culture of risk management within the public service.
Reinforcing community health
CBE alumnus Mike Wilson OAM shares his insights on Australia’s community health and the not-for-profit industry.
Superannuation rise is a divided issue
Increasing minimum superannuation contributions by 2.5% may not be the panacea for all retirement income objectives.
Australia’s corporate culture needs a boost
Phil Ruthven AM, founder and owner of IBISWorld, reviews the country’s corporate complexities.
Volunteering as a path to defining a career
Master of Finance student Yate Xu shares how he has personally and professionally benefited from volunteering.
Missing link between agriculture and fertility
Do external shocks to farming affect fertility?
How to start a revolution in education
Driven to revolutionise education in Asia, CBE alumnus receives prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship.
Thriving on responsibility
Alex shares how ANU and the Student Managed Fund has made her a more confident person.
Students recap the lessons and values they learnt through the international study tours in 2019.
ARC Discovery Projects announced for 2020
CBE academics to explore psychological contracts in older workers, as well as income inequality and automation.
Practicing theories and positivity
“ANU has trained me to deal with problems from different perspectives,” reflects CBE alumna Yun Liu.
CBE alumnus and aspiring economist, Flint O’Neil, reflects on his academic journey from ANU to Yale University.
In need of culturally appropriate homes
CBE alumna Kim Sinclair discusses how its not all “doom and gloom” for Aboriginal housing.
The power of a community
“Canberra is a long list of conveniences that positively impacted my study-work load," shares graduating student Levinia
CBE Alumni Hall of Fame 2019
CBE Alumni Hall of Fame recognises the achievements of the College’s alumni who have made significant societal impacts.
Learning the value of confidence
Final year student Ridhima reflects on the CBE opportunities that shaped her calibre and confidence.
CBE academic appointed as Emeritus Professor
Professor Shirley Gregor AO is one of the leading academics at ANU in the field of Business Information Systems.
Welfare hidden in unclaimed properties
Dr Eva Vivalt has received a grant from the Russell Sage Foundation to shed light on unclaimed property.
Broadening professional horizons
“MomentuM significantly enhanced my skills and put me a step ahead of my peers.”
Job ads and gender in developing countries
When firms are allowed to be specific, they prefer to hire younger women and older men.
Crime, collusion and cryptocurrency
An ANU panel of blockchain and cryptocurrency specialists share their industry and legal insights.
Alison Booth made Fellow of Econometric Society
Economist, author, and the first woman in Australia to be made a Fellow of the society.
Corporate aspirations and irresponsibility
What factors make a company more likely to act irresponsibly?
Shaping Australia’s macroeconomic policy
ANU academics advise the Australian government on its economic models.
Creating tools to fine-tune learning
RSE’s Professor John Stachurski has been awarded a prestigious grant of A$1.3 million for his work on digital textbooks.
ARC funds statistics project with impact
Dr Francis Hui has received an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award 2020.
Learning outside the classroom
After interning with the ANU Tax Clinic, Ben feels more work ready.
Visions of a New Indonesia
At an event in Jakarta, a panel of senior and recent alumni discussed their visions of Indonesia.
Gaining an edge
Jiayue shares how her CBE experience helped her secure her first job.
Algorithms creating trust
In a candid interview, CBE's cryptocurrency expert Dr Priya Dev discusses why blockchain technology is a pillar of trust
Supply chain in volatile international relations
Dr Di Fan from CBE has been appointed as a guest editor of a Special Issue of the Journal of Operations Management.
"I chose to do a Master of Finance at ANU because of the specialised programs."
Lifting performance of disadvantaged students
John Mitchell Fellow Dr Sutanuka Roy is conducting large-scale field experiments to improve student outcomes.
Banking on words
"I had to choose an elective, so I thought why not Mandarin?" shares Shalini Rajkumar who is studying a double degree.
Debunking the myth that accounting is boring
Currently pursuing a Master of Commerce, Shannin Naidu aspires to teach young minds her passion - accounting.
"At ANU, I’ve gained a balanced perspective on the current climate of finance and science."
Why should a scientist study business?
After 25 years of cancer research, Anneke is back to the classroom to facilitate cancer research in Australia.
What are recruiters looking for?
"It is no longer “just enough” to be a university graduate with some part-time work experience."
Living through movie moments
Last month, 26 CBE students went to US as a part of the College's unique GBI program, Eleanor Lau shares her experience.
Reaching Multiple Verticals
CBE alumnus Alastair J M Walton discusses his diplomatic responsibilities as Consul-General of Australia in New York.
For several years, Natasha Chong has been wanting to explore ideas between business and design.
Why don’t we need the whole truth?
By trying to categorise everything as either true or false, particularly in complex situations, we are going to make a lot of mistakes.
Leadership requires an adaptive approach
'When transitioning into a new environment if you are not learning new things then you are probably not doing it right'
Moving up the echelons of Finance
‘One must climb the corporate ladder keeping in mind your partner’s career and family as equal priority’.
Tips to run a successful business
Four young Malaysian entrepreneurs share untold and “uncool” aspects of running successful businesses.
Investing in the Future
'Beijing's entrepreneurial spirit sets it apart from the world'.
'Change is the only constant in e−commerce'
As a strategy associate for the largest e-commerce operator in South-East Asia, Huiqi Low shares her insights.
'A simple pursuit can result in a great moment'
PolicyStreet Co-Founder Winnie Chua shares her thoughts and experience on the developing world of insurance.
Finance is not just bookkeeping
Westpac International’s CFO Rod Jackson reflects on his 40-year career.
The higher value of Higher Education
‘My employer recognised my academic rigour and offered me a gig’
The path to success is lined with learning
Khoi Vu graduated from CBE and has gone on to achieve great things within Vietnam's finance sector.
Knowledge is a career investment that pays off
William Fong is a CBE alumnus who credits his success to volunteering and networking at conferences while a student.