What is a foreign firm in our complex, inter-connected world?
Professor Sara McGaughey (Department of Business Strategy and Innovation) spoke to a packed Legislative Council Chamber at Parliament House on March 26, as part of an expert panel discussing Britain’s bitter divisions over Brexit. Joined by co-panelists Dr Frank Mols and Dr Joff Lelliot (University of Queensland), topics included: the history of the UK-EU relationship, […]
The UK's "perfect natural policy experiment" continues to evolve in unexpected ways.
Griffith-based International Business and Investment scholar Professor Sara McGaughey has been appointed as President and Chair of the Australia and New Zealand chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB-ANZ). Professor McGaughey, a member of Griffith Business School‘s Department of International Business and Asian Studies and the Griffith Asia Institute, will be joined by fellow IBAS and GAI […]
Business and government
It’s not uncommon to see China under President Xi Jinping labelled as ‘nationalistic’ and ‘populist’ – along with Trump and Brexit. But should they be lumped together? And how should foreign business engaging with China react? Adjunct Professor Clinton Dines shared his thoughts on these and other questions at a public event hosted by Griffith […]
The age of Western economic dominance is all but over, according to a recent Griffith University seminar on the impact of the rise of nationalism and populism around the globe. Speaking ahead of the Business As Usual? event – held by the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) at the university’s South Bank campus this month and […]
By Pascalis Raimondos, Professor of Economics, Head of School, Queensland University of Technology & Sara L. McGaughey, Professor of International Business, Griffith University The recently released Paradise Papers have again turned the media spotlight on small tax havens. The only difference from last year’s Panama Papers is that the contracts leaked to the public are […]