Business and government

Inclusive Growth Hub targets inequality in the Asia Pacific

The Asia-Pacific region is often characterised by high levels of inequality with large disparities commonly found across multiple indicators such as income, gender, health care, or education. These gaps represent significant economic, social, and political challenges and are a major concern for governments across the region. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities in the region, […]
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Eureka! Prize nominations for Griffith academics

Two finalists from Griffith University have been announced as nominees in the prestigious 2022 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Tax tweaks needed to fast-charge EV take-up

74 per cent of Norway’s new cars are electric. Australia? Just 0.7 percent.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Griffith Asia Institute supports APEC policy dialogue on the role of central bank digital currencies in financial Inclusion

The term ‘central bank digital currency’ or CBDC is an over-arching phrase currently used to describe a wide variety of potential future digital currencies. A unifying definition of a CBDC is not straightforward because it can be designed to deliver multiple functions and purposes. The potential implementation of a CBDC is currently being explored, to […]
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Business and government

Budget 2022-23: Griffith experts available to comment

Griffith University experts can offer insight and analysis on all aspects of the 2022-23 federal budget.
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Arts Education Law

Student mobility rebounds with New Colombo funding

Griffith students will finally return to the Indo-Pacific after COVID-19 forced New Colombo Plan Mobility Program internships and exchanges online for two years.
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Architecture, construction and planning

2021 Vice Chancellor’s Gala Award winners celebrated

Griffith has recognised its best and brightest researchers, professional and support staff plus teaching excellence at a gala event in Brisbane.
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Business and government

University Challenge winner planning to help people

A Griffith student making a mid-life career change to study financial planning has been named the joint winner of the 2021 AMP University Challenge.
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Business and government

Researchers investigate sustainable and social economic development in Bangladesh

Two books have been launched at Griffith University, Australia on 14 October 2021. Editors of the volumes include: Dr Moazzem Hossain, former Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (SMR) Professorial Fellow of the University of Hull, UK and an Adjunct AP of Griffith University, Australia; Dr QK Ahmad, Chairman, Dhaka School of Economics, Dhaka University, Bangladesh; and Dr […]
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Business and government

Women in Finance and Economics Scholarships awarded

Financial planning students have been awarded $85,000 in tuition fee scholarships for women entering, re-entering and pursuing leadership roles across financial services.
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COVID-19

Financial advisers: the hidden frontline in a crisis

Frontline support is one of the unacknowledged roles that financial planners play.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts say everyone needed to battle climate change

From baristas to barristers, Griffith University experts insist it will require the efforts of people from all walks of life to fight climate change.
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Business and government

Grant ensures free Griffith Tax Clinic continues

Griffith University has been awarded $100,000 to continue a popular free community tax service in time for the end of the 2020-21 Financial Year.
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Business and government

Business School Award Winners Rise Above 2020 Challenges

Griffith Business School awards their 2020 Co-Curricular Awards to students who went above and beyond in a tough year.
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Alumni

Afterpay acquires Griffith graduate’s burgeoning business

Australian financial tech behemoth Afterpay has marked its expansion into Asia with the acquisition of a company founded by Griffith graduate Jamie Camidge.
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Business and government

2020 Remote Global WIL: Shaping the next generation of Asia-Pacific leaders

Led by Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), the 20 credit-point Griffith Asia Business Internship (GABI) elective course reimagines ‘Asian Studies’ for the contemporary business context and for the first time in 2020 was delivered remotely across five Asian countries, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea and Malaysia.  GABI equipped students with the knowledge, skills and networks […]
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Alumni

Experts say don’t let one score dictate your future, as ATARS come out

Thousands of young Queenslanders have received their high school results but even if your ATAR isn't what you expected, there are still plenty of pathways to university.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

SEQ fuel price cycles driven by the same servos 

Griffith University researchers have found evidence of price leaders influencing fuel price patterns in Greater Brisbane and Gold Coast.
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