Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Sustaining livelihoods in an Indonesian dryland environment

Living in a remote area has many disadvantages, especially in dryland regions where poor access to water means households are not growing food at home, drinking insufficient water, and paying less attention to personal and public hygiene. During her Griffith University PhD research fieldwork in rural West Timor, Dr Yenny Tjoe experienced this challenge first-hand […]
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Business and government

Student’s China internship gives her career a head start

Ini Akinsanmi has taken full advantage of domestic and global work placements to give her an edge in the job market.
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Business and government

Griffith professor appointed President of ANZ Academy of International Business

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 […]
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Indonesian officials learn about Australian fiscal policy

A member of both APEC and the G20, Indonesia has the largest economy in South East Asia which, since the Global Financial Crisis, has experienced strong sustained economic growth around five per cent.  With a population over 260 million, more than ten times Australia’s, Indonesia is the world’s third largest democracy. In 2017-18 Australia will […]
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Business and government

Nationalism, populism… or pragmatism in an evolving context?

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 […]
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Business and government

How increased nationalism could undo the gains of globalisation

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 […]
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Business and government

Are tax havens really all bad?

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 […]
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Understanding the cognitive decline health care journey

The final report for the Cognitive Decline Health Care (CDPC) project, “Understanding the Journey Better: an investigation of the current ‘state of play’ of the health care journey experienced by people living with cognitive decline and their carers”, proposes a dementia wellness plan to enable consumers to live as well and independently as possible, and […]
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Alumni

Griffith Business School’s 2017 Outstanding Alumnus Award Winners announced

The award recipients were honoured at the School’s 12th Annual Alumni Gala Dinner and Awards Night at Sofitel Brisbane Central.
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Business and government

Business student has ‘best customer service training imaginable’

Disney internship provides valuable experience.
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Business and government

Negotiation game puts strategies to the test

Participants from Queensland Treasury and Griffith Business School have had a unique opportunity to build on their negotiation skills.
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Business and government

Honours student awarded best poster at AIEC conference

The e-poster discussed the current research referencing the relationship between student retention and mobility
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Skyrocketing tourism growth reveals worrying trend for Australia

A United Nations World Tourism Organisation and Griffith University report has found a substantial increase in Asia-Pacific tourism growth will impact Australian markets.
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Alumni

GBS prize honours memory of the late Professor Russell Trood

For the next 10 years, the Russell Trood Prize for International Relations will support high-achieving Griffith Business School students and honour the memory of the former Director of the Griffith Asia Institute, Professor Russell Trood
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Case study gives MBA students the edge

Griffith MBA students will experience what it’s like to shape strategy for one of the world’s biggest companies, thanks to senior lecturer Dr Stephanie Schleimer.
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Griffith lecturer Dr Tapan Sarker wins Queensland Day award

The senior staff member has been commended by Hon Leeanne Enoch for his community work.
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

What game theory says about dealing with North Korea

North Korea fired its third missile in three weeks on May 29, once again drawing protests from South Korea and Japan.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Party Secretary visit from key Chinese Partner

On 22 February 2017, Griffith University welcomed an official visit from Shenyang University of Technology (SUT). The high-level visit saw SUT’s leader, Party Secretary, Mr Liu Zikang, visit for the first time. During discussions, Mr Liu informed Griffith colleagues of his “personal commitment to the relationship”, and, his wish to have “a deeper level of […]
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