The Business and Economicsa Careers Centre launched the 2010 Mentoring program on 29 April.
Archive for April, 2010
A research team consisting of A/Prof Bradley N Potter, Prof Colin B Ferguson, Mr Phillip E Cobbin, A/Prof Monica Keneley, Prof Brian West and Dr Mark D Wilson has attracted ARC funds of $210,000 over 4 years.
SAT 24 & SUN 25 JULY
The new five star energy rated Business and Economics building (198 Berkeley Street) will be a featured venue on the Melbourne Open House 2010 program.
Melbourne Institute Business Economics Forum
15 July 2010
Luncheon forum by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research in association with the Australia China Business Council.
In his public lecture on Thursday 20 May Professor Ross Garnaut assessed the proposed Resources Super Profits Tax as a form of mineral rent taxation.
Professor Ross Garnaut AO, Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow and Professorial Research Fellow, spoke to the Australia China Business Council (ACBC), Victoria Division on Thursday 13 May. The ACBC is a business organisation dedicated to promoting business and trade with the People’s Republic of China. The address, ‘China as a Great Power: some Implications for Australia’ was presented at the RACV Club in Melbourne.
See the full transcript of Professor Garnaut’s speech(PDF 241KB)
Walking the walk, not just talking the talk
Mark David-Tooze, Envirosax
Tuesday 11 May, 1pm – 2pm
Level 1 Theatre, 198 Berkeley Street
Christina Cregan (Department of Management and Marketing) hopes her research into street prostitutes will be used to decriminalise street work in Australia.
Phillip Harris (Department of Management and Marketing) and Carsten Murawski (Department of Finance) look at the interaction between emotions, impulsivity and decision-making in their neuromarketing research.
How can we identify and nurture geniuses like Louis Pasteur? Read about Nisvan Erkal’s research…