Fringe benefits move to hit motor industry

White car, semi-built on factory conveyor belt
Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
Published
Kevin Rudd’s overhaul of the fringe benefits tax (FBT) exemption for vehicles may improve the quality of the air Australians breathe, but it is likely to suck the life out of Australia’s ailing car manufacturing industry. This is the assertion of Griffith Business School researcher Anna Mortimore who argues that FBT reform could be tailored […]

Skype’s the limit for students of global politics

Kevin Rudd at a lectern
Department of Business Strategy and Innovation
Published
The questions will be insightful. The questions will be challenging. The questions will be tricky. But what else would a former Prime Minister and sitting MP expect when faced by 80 Griffith University students in a lecture theatre? Kevin Rudd MP will take questions from postgraduate students of Griffith University’s Politics of the Global Economy […]

Former PM to Meet the Profession

Kevin Rudd addressing Griffith group at podium.
Griffith Law School
Published
Kevin Rudd MP will deliver the keynote address to the Griffith Law School’s annual Meet the Profession event on this Thursday night. About 150 law students will join alumni and legal professionals for the networking opportunity that opens doors to the future. Among them will be 2011 graduate Joanna Czajkowski who returns with early experiences […]

Political leadership under the microscope

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd will launch a new book on political leadership at Griffith University tomorrow evening (Thursday, Nov 22). Authors Professor John Kane and Professor Haig Patapan will deliver the School of Government and International Relations’ inaugural Distinguished Lecture prior to Mr Rudd’s attendance to launch The Democratic Leader, a world-first publication on […]