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Xi Epsilon students recognised internationally

Monash Business School's accounting student leadership program has been internationally recognised for its efforts to promote the study and practice of the accounting profession.

Accounting 11 August, 2020

Dedication rewarded with prestigious Tony Palmer Award

Rhea's academic excellence and dedication to learning has been rewarded with the prestigious 2020 Tony Palmer Award in Marketing, from Monash Business School's Department of Marketing.

Marketing 1 July, 2020
Students recognised for remarkable achievement in Actuarial Program

Students recognised for remarkable achievement in Actuarial Program

Three students have earned exemption eligibility from all Actuaries Institute subjects available in Monash Business School’s Actuarial Program. This success has helped them start their actuarial careers in Australia and Sri Lanka.

Economics; Econometrics & Business Statistics 17 June, 2020
Europe's economic crisis in a post-pandemic world

Europe's economic crisis in the post-pandemic world

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, poor monetary coordination and a lack of fiscal solidarity are poised to break the European Union, according to Dr Giovanni Di Lieto, Lecturer in International Business and Economics at Monash Business School.

Economics 6 May, 2020
Associate Professor Dayna Simpson, Department of Management

How Monash Business School works towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Monash University has soared from 45th to equal 17th place globally in The Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings, which assesses performance against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Sustainability 28 April, 2020
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'Safe haven' cryptocurrencies sink along with rest of market during COVID crash

Cryptocurrency was touted as a ‘safe haven’ for investors looking to stockpile some cash from plummeting financial markets. However, cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, have crashed along with everything else during the COVID-19 pandemic.<

Banking and Finance 9 April, 2020

Refugees cling to education for social, economic support

Governments should prioritise education to help reduce the economic and social marginalisation of the world’s 65 million refugees, an international study has found.

Econometrics & Business Statistics 25 March, 2020

Slow internet? How COVID-19 is stressing infrastructure in your country

Researchers at Monash Business School have created a Global Internet Pressure map that measures the strain COVID-19 is putting on internet infrastructure.

Economics; Econometrics & Business Statistics 24 March, 2020
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Empowering vulnerable women through entrepreneurship

Monash Business School academics have collaborated with a team of researchers, government agencies and community-based organisations to help disadvantaged women enter into entrepreneurship as a sustainable source of income generation.

Economics; Sustainability 13 March, 2020

New scholarship program supports Monash students to address Australia's energy sector challenges

The next generation of energy leaders will work to address Australia’s energy sector challenges through multidisciplinary research, supported by a new PhD scholarship program being launched in Melbourne.

Econometrics & Business Statistics 4 March, 2020

Students recognised for remarkable achievement

Three Monash Business School students have been granted exemption eligibility from all Part I and Part II Actuaries Institute subjects available in the Monash Business School’s Master of Actuarial Studies program.

Economics; Econometrics & Business Statistics 12 February, 2020

Spotlight on regulation and compliance at Monash Business School

A unique Master program that puts regulation and compliance centre-stage for business has been launched at Monash Business School by Professor Graeme Samuel, Vice Chancellor’s Professorial Fellow at Monash Business School.

Business Law and Taxation 10 February, 2020