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How shopping centres are changing to fight online shopping

Even before the arrival of Amazon, online shopping is devastating Australian retail. In the past year, sales in physical stores grew only 3% while online shopping grew almost 10%.

Arts & culture

Shedding light on the super system

Despite decades of study into our superannuation system, surprisingly little is known about the level of financial assets Australians have when they retire, particularly for households.

Business

Finkel's Clean Energy Target better than nothing: economists

A poll conducted jointly by Monash Business School and the Economic Society of Australia shows influential economists believe a Clean Energy Target (CET) should be adopted, despite concerns it is not the best economic design compared to a tax or cap

Business

The Buy Queensland strategy breaks international trade deals

The Queensland government’s new controversial procurement strategy stacks the deck of public tenders against interstate and international suppliers, and is illegitimate under Australia’s free trade agreements.

Business
Brad Sewell receives his MBA

Kicking goals in the community: Hawks player Brad Sewell receives MBA from Monash University

On Tuesday 16 May 2017 dual Hawks premiership player, Brad Sewell received his MBA at a graduation ceremony at Monash University.

University news
Grads hat throw

Monash University celebrates graduation with two weeks of high profile speakers

Australia’s biggest university kicks off two weeks of graduation ceremonies, celebrating student success. More than 5,000 students and 20,000 visitors are expected on the University’s Clayton campus.

Alumni news
Gov's oil and gas tax

Government’s oil and gas tax response will leave regional communities at a loss

Falling revenues from petroleum mining, that spurred a review of the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax (PRRT), have hit regional communities hard and these same communities aren’t likely to get any relief from the government response.

Business
Diverting gas

Diverting gas for domestic use may harm sector: Economists

A poll conducted jointly by Monash Business School and the Economic Society of Australia has revealed influential economists believe that asking gas producers to divert reserves for domestic consumption is not the right policy setting, despite the

Business