New research uncovers why women risk Thailand's tough drug laws.
By Dr Diego Fossati and Dr Lee Morgenbesser Griffith Asia Institute and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy The notion that democracy had triumphed over authoritarianism became an irresistible conclusion following the downfall of the Soviet Union. In what amounted to a historic transformation, 46 countries transitioned to democracy between 1991 and 2006. This process […]
Congratulations to Griffith University’s 3rd Step Enterprises for making it to the semi-final of the The mai Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2015. The mai Bangkok Business Challenge was created in 2002 as an independent competition to foster entrepreneurship amongst MBA graduates in the Asian region. The semi-finalists are five Gold Coast-based MBA students, Andrew […]
On Monday 29 September 2014 Prof Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International), Griffith University hosted a delegation from Thammasat University at the Gold Coast campus. The visit saw the signing of a Letter of Intent with Associate Professor Kammal Kumar Pava, Dean of Chulaborn International College of Medicine, Thammasat University. The Letter of Intent focused […]
Rock art plays an important role in recording history, which otherwise would not be recoverable, according to Griffith’s Place, Evolution, Rock Art Heritage Unit (PERAHU) Director Professor Paul Taçon. Indigenous peoples in many parts of the world were fascinated by the transport that brought new groups to their traditional lands. At rock art sites and […]
Australia is a sports-loving nation but it is far from immune from the corruption of match-fixing and illegal betting, writes Dr Ashutosh Misra. Preserving the integrity of sport has become a major issue for sports bodies and law enforcement agencies throughout the world
A researcher at the Griffith Business School has described Ford Australia’s closures, announced yesterday, as tragic but inevitable. Anna Mortimore says the importance of the international global shift towards fuel efficiency and low carbon emission standards does not appear to have been acknowledged, leading to short-term decisions that have ultimately exposed Australia’s motor manufacturing industry. […]