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Business School News | 17.02.2017
2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey Launched

2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey Launched

Monash Business School, the University of Cambridge and Tsinghua University have launched the 2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey with the support of major industry associations across the region.

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Business School News | 26.10.2016
Ageing population

Countries still fail to meet challenges of ageing

Australia has maintained its number three ranking in the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index this year, yet the report warns that retirement systems are still failing to prepare for the challenges of ageing populations and falling birth rates.

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Business School News | 07.09.2016
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Health and education could be winners from China’s rebalancing economy

China could become the dominant export market for Australia’s health and assistance services by 2026, while up to one million jobs could be created in key areas, according to a new report produced by the Australian Centre for Financial Studies (ACFS).

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Business School News | 30.08.2016
Simon McKeon presenting

ACFS 2016 International Distinguished Lecture: A New Paradigm for Ageing in Australia

The 2016 ACFS International Distinguished Lecture was delivered by Simon McKeon AO, who spoke about the need to reframe the debate about the ageing population, and the value of older workers.

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Business School News | 10.05.2016
Amy Auster speaking in China

Australia Week in China

The Australian Centre for Financial Studies Executive Director Amy Auster recently took part in Australia Week in China (AWIC) 2016, the largest business mission ever organised by Austrade.

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Business School News | 01.01.2016
Australia Government

Untangling the debate on bracket creep, corporate tax rates and negative gearing

Much of the current tax debate is mangled by poor analysis and misconceptions. Let's consider three topics: "bracket creep"; corporate tax rates; and negative gearing.

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