Australia’s soaring $3bn hangover bill

The cost to Australia’s economy of alcohol and other drug related (AOD) absenteeism has soared from $1.2bn in 2001 to more than $3bn, according to Flinders analysis being published today.

Flinders Symposium to explore rare Indonesian opportunity

Imagine a country with a population ten times the size of Australia’s and the largest economy in South East Asia. It’s a democracy, its economic growth is second only to China, and several of its key political players are Australian university graduates, with others rising to prominence.

What are festivals really worth?

The true value of the 2013 Adelaide Festival to the community and the state will be studied by a team of international experts led by Flinders University.

Enhancing Flinders’ role in the economy

Enhancing Flinders University’s contribution to the ‘new South Australia’ with its growing defence and resources sectors is a priority for the University’s incoming Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael […]