China now reigns supreme as the biggest and fastest growing nation on Earth but faces significant challenges as it moves forward to become the world’s largest economy by 2035 or earlier, according to Dr Roger Sexton, a leading Australian company director and investment banker.
Flinders Business School
One of Australia’s most successful businessmen and a major benefactor of Flinders University, Mr Greg Poche AO, is the winner of the Award for Outstanding Philanthropic Support of Higher Education 2010.
The Federal Government should back the social and economic development of river towns with $5 billion that has already been allocated to water reform, according to Flinders University researcher, Professor Chris Miller.
Companies with women on their boards of directors have a better record of corporate transparency in the area of environmental disclosure, according to a study by researchers in the Flinders University Business School.
The vexed nature of big environmental issues like climate change and water security underscore the role that social scientists can play in the development of public policy, according to Professor Phyllis Tharenou.
Flinders University welcomes the State Government’s announcement that the former Mitsubishi site will have a strong focus on sustainable and clean technologies, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber, said today.
The Global Financial Crisis has created an even greater imperative for Australia and China to drive the Copenhagen meeting to an agreed solution on climate change, according to Flinders University academic, Dr Maryanne Kelton.
Flinders University has appointed a senior Australian Research Council executive, Professor Phyllis Tharenou, to lead its revamped Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
Flinders Business School has devised a new Internship Program that will give international accounting graduates valuable workplace skills and knowledge.