It may be time to look past traditional methods and adopt a circular approach to the economy.
Four major South Pacific central banks ahve been brought together in a Griffith Business School first to explore ways to better manage their countries economic growth through enhanced research capabilities.
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Political scientist examines the election contest after three weeks of campaigning
Government option to 'live within its means' not necessary
With the November, 2014 G20 meeting done and dusted, WOW’s resident historian, Professor Bradley Bowden, and colleague, Dr Andrea Insch (University of Otago, NZ) set about understanding the role of 34 years’ of rebranding strategy in transforming Brisbane into a global city. But what does this have to do with the world of work you […]
Productivity is a key global issue that the G20 Summit leaders need to address when they converge on Brisbane in November, according to a prominent Australian economist. If the Summit does tackle the slowing global economy, then the ‘Brisbane G20′ may well be known for making a significant contribution to the world, Saul Eslake said […]
In analysing the results of three sets of surveys conducted over a ten year period (1999-2009) from nine countries, a team of researchers from the International Human Resource Management (HRM) Project at Penn State University in the US are seeking to find out whether HR practices are following the trend of modern western societies as […]