School of Management and Governance

Chancellor’s leadership lessons

October 20th, 2016

Murdoch Chancellor David Flanagan

Stolen cargo ships, going walkabout in the Australian bush and feeling like a rock star.

+ Find out more

Opinion: A cheat sheet for reading the federal budget

April 27th, 2016

Dr Anne Garnett is a senior lecturer in economics

Dr Anne Garnett co-aurthors an article in The Conversation about how to find key information in the upcoming federal budget papers.

+ Find out more

Year 12 students flock to Murdoch for economics conference

February 11th, 2016

Professor Malcolm Tull will speak at the 2016 Student Economics Conference

The economics of terrorism and strategic thinking associated with game theory are two hot topics under discussion at Murdoch University at the first economics university conference of its kind for Year 12 students.

+ Find out more

Mental health of Wheatbelt farmers suffering due to climate change

December 11th, 2015

Neville Ellis

Wheatbelt farmers struggle to see a future in farming because of the effects of climate change on their lands and communities, a Murdoch University study has found.

+ Find out more

Expectations must be clear in university student volunteering

September 28th, 2015

Murdoch University student volunteers (from left to right) Katie Mclellan, Devan Purdie, Brian Ho, Joanne Wong, Chantal Ng, Nicole Donovan, Victoria Doll, Emma Nicoletti and Anna Harbach

The volunteering experience for university students and the organisations they help can be improved if expectations are clear before the volunteer activity begins, a Murdoch University-led study has found.

+ Find out more

Students to help improve access to visual arts for people with disability

September 10th, 2015

Marketing students Ian Weng and Daniel Lim assited each other during an exercise with blindfolds

Marketing students at Murdoch University will be gaining real world experience while contributing to the community in a new project with social inclusion arts organisation DADAA.

+ Find out more

Opinion: China-Australia trade agreement a compromised victory

June 19th, 2015

e. 6 Jeffrey Wilson small square 177x177

After 10 years of negotiations, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) was signed in Canberra this week meaning that Australia now has an FTA with its number one trade partner.

+ Find out more

How an ageing population could help to save the world

June 9th, 2015

Population ageing could reduce CO2 emission in the long run

A finance expert at Murdoch University has hypothesized that a worldwide ageing population could result in a natural reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions without the need for policy interventions.

+ Find out more

Murdoch student part of a delegation chosen to represent Australia in Korea

June 8th, 2015

Darcy Rowe small

Darcy Rowe, a second-year Masters of International Affairs student at the Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs has been selected as one of only 10 postgraduate students from Australia to participate in the 2015 MIKTA Young Professional Camp. MIKTA is a multilateral arrangement that was formed in 2013 and is an […]

+ Find out more

Paula shines during day with mining giant

April 20th, 2015

Nev Power and Paula Hicks

A Murdoch University business student is a step closer to realising her dream of becoming a senior executive with Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) after spending the day shadowing its Chief Executive Officer Nev Power.

+ Find out more