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29 June 2012
The Government may hope carbon pricing will die down as an election issue after 1 July 2012 as people come to realise that the sky is not falling due to the carbon tax.
15 June 2012
The development of digital monitoring and surveillance has increased dramatically over the past decade and pervades all aspects of everyday life, to the extent that most people don’t even notice it.
13 June 2012
Almost one third of employees use Facebook at work but aren't too worried about being tracked by their employers, according to a study released this week.
Two leading Australian supply chain experts will be the keynote industry speakers at the 10th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium.
11 June 2012
Water buybacks are the most cost effective method of restoring environmental flows to the ailing Murray-Darling Basin, according to new research.
6 June 2012
While outsourcing of services has become an accepted part of Australian corporate life, new research has found many businesses are afraid to hand over their sales function to a third-party provider.
4 June 2012
Economists in the United States, with the assistance of the Centre for Policy Studies at Monash University, have investigated the impact of a terrorist attack on a region’s economy.
One of the world’s leading advocates in the fight against poverty is coming to Melbourne to present a public lecture on development economics.
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