Research shows bank levy will hit customers

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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.
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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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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Logistic lessons learned from TC Debbie

Preparation is key – particularly when facing a potentially devastating natural disaster. Tropical Cyclone Debbie made landfall in March, bringing with it cyclonic winds and flooding, and causing damage to thousands of properties across Queensland. But the cyclone, which crossed the coast as a Category 4 system, was unusual in that the logistic challenges were slightly […]
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Cities Research Institute

What did TC Debbie do?

The tragic loss of human life and subsequent emotional torment still being experienced by Queensland and New South Wales communities characterises the catastrophe that was Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Director of Griffith University’s soon-to-be launched Cities Research Institute, Professor Paul Burton, will lead a panel discussion delving into the aftermath of the disaster. Over the past […]
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

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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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Defence holding steady

  While the 2017 Defence budget confirms a commitment to large-scale projects currently in play, an emphasis on job creation in the Defence arena also moves to reaffirm the government’s ‘Australia first’ agenda. By Professor Andrew O’Neil, Griffith Business School Overview By far the most complicated dimension of defence budgets is aligning the timing of […]
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Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing

Re-examining the way we look at Foreign Workers in Australia

As Australians and future hopeful visa holders are watching carefully as the Federal government prepares to announce details on what will replace the abolished 457 visa program, Professor Kate Hutchings of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing says it comes at a time where we need to re-think about what international work looks like […]
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

How Australia should react to the Trump tax cuts

President Donald Trump has proposed cutting the US corporate tax rate from 35% to 15% and ending the practice of taxing the foreign income of US businesses. Trump may be hoping that such a massive corporate tax cut will result in new investment. Indeed, historical data suggests companies will respond by shifting profits to where the tax is low.
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Alumni

Nimble co-founder Greg Ellis: From mowing lawns to disrupting an industry

Griffith alumnus shares his secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith leads the way for student satisfaction

In country's top two following quality learning and teaching survey
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Muhummad Yunus visits GBS

Griffith Business School was honoured to have Professor Muhammad Yunus attend Nathan campus and inspect the newly established Yunus Social Business Centre Griffith University.
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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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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Muhammad Yunus delivers Griffith Lecture

Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus has delivered a passionate 2017 Griffith Lecture at the Queensland Conservatorium
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Will Trump’s new tax system work?

The current international company taxation system goes all the way back to 1923 and a ‘Report on Double Taxation’ solicited by the League of Nations. It was a time when the word “wireless” described radio communication and air travel was still not a regular means of transport. Most firms were national, and value chains were concentrated in one place.
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