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Studies of European countries show that bank taxes similar to the 0.06% bank levy introduced by the government in the 2017 federal budget will be largely borne by customers, not shareholders.
Griffith Business School experts have had their say on the 2017 Federal Budget and have been left underwhelmed by Treasurer Scott Morrison's second economic blueprint.
The Treasurer falls short of what Australia needs to sustain growth in the long-term. Moreover, in spite of a somewhat popular view that this was a “labour budget”, the artificial distinction between good and bad debt and several of the provisions around social welfare provide fertile grounds for Australia’s hidden disease, inequality, to blossom. Overview […]
Yokohama National University (YNU) met with Griffith’s Business School during a two day delegation visit led by Professor Hiroshi Morita, Dean of the College of Business Administration. The visit to Griffith’s Nathan campus on 8 & 9 March 2016 saw discussions focus on collaborative opportunities. Griffith’s Professor Fabrizio Carmignani, Head of the Department of Accounting, […]
Griffith has been awarded Australia Awards Fellowship grants, to provide training and help build links between Australia and its international partners.
Helen Westerman, The Conversation and Sunanda Creagh, The Conversation A crackdown on cheap credit in China is expected to help reduce the rate of China’s real GDP growth from 7.4% last year to 6.8% this year and further weaken demand for Australian commodities, according to a new report by the International Monetary Fund. A slow-down […]