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Australia to lead world in protecting whistleblowers: Griffith expert

Australia can become a world leader in protecting whistleblowers if reforms recommended by a parliamentary inquiry are made law, according to a Griffith University expert.
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Griffith experts have their say on 2017 budget

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.
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World-first research highlights whistleblowing processes

A world-first ranking of the strength of whistleblowing processes across Australia’s business and government sectors has been released. The results from 634 organisations across 18 industry groups and public sectors provide the first benchmarks for enabling organisations to assess strengths and weaknesses in their whistleblowing processes, as part of the Integrity@WERQ phase of the groundbreaking […]
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Alumni

Griffith Business School launches “forward-focused, future-ready” strategy for 2017-2020

GBS marches forward with a focus on employability and social responsibility.
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New national anti-corruption watchdog needed

A call to establish a national anti-corruption commission with wide-ranging powers, is one of the key outcomes generated from the National Integrity Conference held in Brisbane this week. The conference, co-hosted by Transparency International Australia and Griffith University’s School of Government and International Relations, heard from an array of guest speakers, including High Court Justice Stephen Gageler, NAB whistleblower Dennis […]
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Business and government

Political donation reform needed to regain public trust

With Queensland's new political donation disclosure system now online, a new international survey shows strong Australian support for banning businesses from making political donations.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith research project team makes submission to whistleblower protection inquiry

Australia’s largest whistleblowing research project has given evidence to the first hearings of the Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors.
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Can Cory Bernardi’s move lead to sustained success for right wing?

Political scientist discusses Bernardi and Hanson.
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Tribute to Professor Russell Trood

Professor Russell Trood, a former Senator and academic leader at Griffith University, has died after a long battle with cancer.
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Griffith researchers revisit 1986 Cabinet Minutes

Review reveals a Queensland which was 'a reluctant moderniser'
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Trump presidency to impact Australian alliances

Leading international politics commentator Professor Andrew O'Neil analyses the impact of the Trump Presidency on Australia's alliances
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Griffith researcher probes Australia’s regional power role

Australia’s role in an increasingly tense international power struggle in the Asia Pacific has become the target of new research by Griffith University’s Associate Professor Kai He
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How Donald became Hillary’s trump card

Gender factor finally works to Clinton’s advantage
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Lack of competition at heart of bank failings

Royal Commission not the answer - Griffith Business School researcher
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Arts Education Law

Double honour from prestigious academy

Two Griffith professors have been honoured with Fellowships of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
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Researcher exposes Australia’s billion-dollar corruption loophole

Griffith Business researcher Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture where he outlined Australia's poor record in dealing with foreign corruption in our own backyard.
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New initiative focuses on women in leadership roles in Asia

Griffith Asia Institute working with leading university in Korea
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Corporate governance study gains industry recognition

Researcher motivated by motivated by massive economic and social costs of defaults
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