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Measuring the value created by Australia’s cooperatives and mutuals

Monash Business School researchers are partnering with some of country’s best-known cooperative and mutual enterprises (CMEs) to create a consistent way to measure the sector’s total social and economic value.

Business
robot

A burden or a benefit? Economists debate the rise of robot workers

Economists believe the impact of technological change on the Australian labour market and income distribution will be relatively limited, and is unlikely to lead to more workers being unemployed for longer.

Business
Graduands

3204 students to don mortar boards and gowns during week-long graduation celebration

More than 3,200 students are set to graduate from Australia’s largest university, with Monash University’s Clayton campus hosting graduation ceremonies across a week-long celebration for students, family and friends.

University news

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

Unique program gives Monash and Warwick students a global edge

A recent visit to Monash University by Dr Sophie Reissner-Roubicek, funded through the Monash Warwick Alliance (MWA) Visiting Educators Scheme, enabled the demonstration of new student-centred resources linked to the existing MWA

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