In the media
Our researchers regularly share their research insights in the media. Below are some of their contributions and other articles about their work.
Airfare wars take off as Qantas, Virgin, Rex offer rock-bottom fares
Australia’s airlines are doing whatever it takes to get their seats filled, with the three leading carriers all announcing domestic sales. Read Professor Greg Bamber's interview with The New Daily.
The future of travel
In this episode of A Different Lens, we ask experts from fields including science, business, arts, design, medicine and health, and engineering what they think the future of travel looks like.
Top Monash economists urge EC, ACCC to reject Google-Fitbit deal
Researchers from the Monash Business School have made a presentation to the European Commission and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, saying that Google should not be allowed to acquire US-based fitness company Fitbit.
Monash University academics call for Google Fitbit acquisition to be blocked
A huge acquisition would make it easier for Google to compete with Apple, but experts want it blocked because of what else it might let it do.
Google's merger with Fitbit puts our health data at risk. It should be opposed.
If Google is given the green light to acquire Fitbit, sensitive health data could find its way to advertisers and insurance companies, to the detriment of global consumers.
Oil price plummet
Associate Professor Guillaume Roger's interview with Monash Energy Club about why oil prices are currently so low, the ramifications this has for new energy projects, and the strategies that oil companies will have to take to survive.
The 'truth' about 'bullsh*t' and why we do it at work
by Dr Kohyar Kiazad
Why people ‘bullsh*t’ is now a genuine area of study and reveals a lot about our motivations, particularly in the workplace.
Monash Business School researchers named ASSA Fellows
Professors Magee and Zenou are among 37 of Australia’s leading economists, lawyers, psychologists and philosophers elected as Fellows of the ASSA, one of Australia's four learned academies.
Why do people working in STEM stay in their jobs – and why should we care?
by Dr Kohyar Kiazad
With the Australian Government investing heavily in this sector, the researchers’ unique approach could help policymakers and organisations understand how to strengthen the STEM workforce and retain key staff.