Business and government

Griffith-led conference aims to understand China’s changing global role

Leading international and local scholars will come together in January for a conference that will cast an analytical eye on the rise of China and its impact on global politics. Titled Debating China and International Order, the two-day conference will be held from 17-18 January at the Royal on the Park Hotel, and is the first […]
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

Democracy’s at home with Anne

Political expert and Griffith University scholar Professor Anne Tiernan has been appointed to the board of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
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Business and government

Griffith Research Fellow to join panel with ex-president of Costa Rica on US sojourn

Griffith University Research Fellow Dr Ferran Martinez i Coma is set to find himself in internationally esteemed company when he travels to the United States on a speaking trip this month. Dr Martinez i Coma has been invited to speak at both the Organisation of American States and the US Department of State Bureau of Intelligence […]
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Business and government

Survey: support for Indigenous recognition underestimated

A national survey has found widespread support for Indigenous constitutional recognition, including the Voice to Parliament proposal.
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

2017 Pat Weller Prize shared by a trio of outstanding students

The 2017 Pat Weller Prize has been awarded to three Government and International Relations students.
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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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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

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 Asia Institute

Prestigious journal awards Griffith professor top prize

Professor Ian Hall received the Peter Lyon Memorial Prize of The Round Table.
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Griffith Business School

The reality of Trump’s approval ratings

A Washington Post - ABC News poll has given American president Donald Trump the lowest approval rating of any president in the past 70 years.
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Alumni

Griffith student beats 400 others for Inchcape job

The double degree graduate was one of only 11 to be hired by the Inchcape group in 2017.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Changes to Griffith Business School executive

Griffith Business School has made two key appointments to its senior leadership team.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Griffith experts available to analyse Queensland budget

From broad analysis to issues such as power prices, politics and the regions - Griffith University has an expert on hand.
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

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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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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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

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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