Who do you trust? Monash Marketing Business Breakfast 2019

At some point in time, salt, gold, crude oil were all highly revered as profitable trading commodities. In today’s world, the highest commodity is personal data – yours, mine, ours.

Marketing 21 October, 2019

Global pension index uncovers strong correlation between household debt and pension assets

A strong correlation exists between the levels of pension assets and net household debt, according to the 2019 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index (MMGPI).

Global Business; General 21 October, 2019

Vale Richard Scotton AO

Richard (Dick) Scotton AO, who passed away on October 1, 2019 aged 88, will be remembered for his significant contribution both to Australian economics and to the Australian community.

General 15 October, 2019

Vale Emeritus Professor Joseph Ezra (Joe) Isaac AO

Joe Isaac had hopes of becoming a doctor. Instead he became one of the most influential contributors to both academic scholarship and public policy in Australian industrial relations.

General 18 September, 2019

Budding accounting students state their case at Monash Business School

For high school students seeking the experience of studying accounting in a university setting, the Monash Business School Accounting Week Case Competition is a great opportunity.

Accounting 9 September, 2019

Vote 1 for wellbeing: Can a conservative ideology make you healthier?

Conservatives are more likely to be healthier, more willing to engage in physical activity, and have stronger intentions to quit smoking, according to research by Monash Business School. And marketers can play a leading role in delivering this

General 23 August, 2019

Designing how we will work with artificial intelligence

The concept of effective ‘work design’ – the content and organisation of work tasks, activities, relationships and responsibilities – will become even more vital as we ponder a workplace future with artificial intelligence

General 29 July, 2019
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2019 Tony Palmer Award in Marketing awarded to Chloe Wilde

Chloe Wilde's talents have been rewarded with Monash Business School’s Department of Marketing 2019 Tony Palmer Award in Marketing, which aims to recognise emerging talent in the marketing field.

Marketing 11 July, 2019

Letting go of gadgets: psychological tendencies behind product disposal

From 1 July 2019, the Victorian Government will introduce a ban on all e-waste going to landfill. This presents new opportunities for the collection and reuse of consumers’ used electronic products.

Sustainability 1 July, 2019

Accounting Week Outstanding Alumni Awards

Accounting Week kicks off on Monday 29 July, with accounting students, undergraduates, postgraduates, professionals and alumni converging on Monash Business School’s campuses for activities and events that run until Thursday 1 August

Accounting 20 June, 2019

Star Spangled Brander: Domestic buys provide conservatives with wall of security

Republican voters are strongly attached to home-grown brands because they feel uncertain about the world in which they live and see foreign competition as a sign of division and unrest, Monash research shows.

Marketing 14 June, 2019

Monash Business School celebrates its alumni success

Social enterprise CEO and entrepreneur Div Pillay has been awarded Monash Business School’s 2019 Alumni Excellence Award at its annual Celebrating Excellence Awards.

Alumni 31 May, 2019