Murdoch Business School Research

School of Business and Governance announces new Advisory Board

July 5th, 2018

The Murdoch School of Business and Governance has announced its new Advisory Board, which will bring together professionals from local business, government and education to offer their expertise, guidance and leadership. At an official ceremony yesterday evening, Murdoch University Vice Chancellor Eeva Leinonen welcomed the new Advisory Board members to their roles. “The University and the […]

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Researchers urge international organisations to lift veil of secrecy

May 16th, 2018

Australia must do more to persuade international organisations (IOs) like the United Nations to be more transparent and accountable, a Murdoch University researcher has said.

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The future needs women in STEM

March 29th, 2018

Murdoch University hosted the WISE Women Symposium this week following the International Women’s Day #PressforProgress movement being championed by celebrities across social media.

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Dangers of mine waste highlighted by Murdoch researcher in UN report

November 15th, 2017

Charles Roche

A new United Nations (UN) Environment report that calls for international action to make the storage of mine waste more secure, has been lead-edited by a Murdoch University researcher.

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Making Australia’s health care system better

March 20th, 2017

A Murdoch University health policy expert is calling for an overhaul of Australia’s health care system to make it more efficient, equitable and accessible.

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Alumni profile: The Professor of common sense

February 9th, 2015

Murdoch University first Rhodes Scholar Wendy Carlin is now a world-renowned economist.

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Opinion: As India and China transform, Australian manufacturers must follow

June 3rd, 2014

Australia’s competition with China and India in the global manufacturing sector was the topic of Dr Chris Vas’s latest opinion piece in The Conversation. As Australia laments the decline of its manufacturing sector, China is actively transforming itself into an advanced manufacturer and India is promoting itself as a manufacturing hub. Dr Vas said Australian […]

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New book explores Australia-Asia resource links

April 18th, 2013

2012 Boyer Prize winner Dr Jeffrey Wilson of Murdoch’s Asia Research Centre has published a new book unravelling the complexities of resource interdependence in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Business study tour to China investigates iron ore supply chain

November 20th, 2012

The first study tour of its kind, the tour will examine all aspects of the iron ore industry, from its extraction in the Pilbara right through to product manufacture in China.

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History of oceans explored

November 2nd, 2012

Anyone with an interest in maritime history will enjoy two upcoming conferences being held in Fremantle and hosted by Murdoch University.

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