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News and events
28 April 2011
Monash University's Professor Greg Bamber warns the looming conflict within the airline industry could ignite a dispute to rival the waterfront issue of the 1990's.
18 April 2011
Head of the Monash Department of Management, Professor Ian McLoughlin and Rob Wilson of Newcastle University, UK, argue that the National Electronic Health Transition Authority's plans for the move to electronic health records has merit.
12 April 2011
Cambridge University Professor William Brown questions the role of unions in today's society and looks at why the trade union influence has been collapsing throughout the world.
7 April 2011
There is no doubt that obesity poses serious health risks for some people in our community. But perhaps if we were more sensible and less hysterical about obesity, we may actually find it easier to engage and support the people who need it most.
5 April 2011
A Braille questionnaire developed by Monash PhD student Danielle Ramirez from the Tourism Research Unit and distributed at a conference for people with a visual impairment is a world first.
1 April 2011
Professor Philip Taylor is the Director, Research and Graduate Studies and an expert in ageing labor markets and workplace issues. He questions why the Coalition's unemployment policies are age-based.
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