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3 June 2014
Professor of Economics, Fabrizio Carmignani.

A budget based on tough decisions

Fabrizio Carmignani, Professor of Economics, Griffith Business School, says the Queensland government has tough choices to make as Treasurer Tim...

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7 February 2023
Introvert and extrovert

Can introverts be successful in ‘extroverted’ careers?

It is possible for a introverts to progress in an extroverted career. Overwhelmingly, the literature of 'success' has long indicated that extroverts are best-placed for success due to their confidence and exuberance. This view is both dated and untrue. You don’t have to change your fundamental personality to thrive says Dr Carys Chan.

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11 January 2023
Audio cassette

Rewinding the times

Maybe you used them in your childhood? Maybe you gave your first teenage crush a carefully selected playlist recorded onto one or maybe you just recently learned about them through social media – the audio cassette.

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13 July 2022
Charging Electric Cars

Tax changes to address lack of affordable EVs for all consumers

Business buyers account for over 40% of new light vehicle sales, but their uptake of EVs is shockingly low at a mere 488 EVs in 2020 or 0.02% of passenger cars and light SUVs, compared to the European average of 57% of EVs acquired by business.

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12 January 2022

And the winner is Brisbane?

Many supporters of Brisbane's 2032 Olympic Games bid have touted the economic benefits that would flow to the regions of Queensland and the wider community. Who will be the winners in this mega-event?

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8 September 2021

3 changes you can make to help tackle climate change

The dire report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change may have left you feeling overwhelmed, or unsure what to do next. We often hear about ways everyday people can tackle climate change, but which acts will make the biggest difference?

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27 May 2021
Alan Joyce AC

In Conversation with Alan Joyce AC

Travelling into the future The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many sectors to the brink, and none more so than the...

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28 September 2020

Business and law student wins grant for innovative funds concept

A Griffith student has taken out a national competition after creating his own Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) strategy.

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22 February 2019

Did the Royal Commission achieve its purpose?

By Adrian Edwards The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (the Commission) will be...

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30 April 2017

How Australia should react to the Trump tax cuts

President Donald Trump has proposed cutting the US corporate tax rate from 35% to 15% and ending the practice of taxing the foreign income of US businesses. Trump may be hoping that such a massive corporate tax cut will result in new investment. Indeed, historical data suggests companies will respond by shifting profits to where the tax is low.

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