24th Apr 2017
Crash and burn: how fast cars and hedge funds go together
New research from Monash Business School shows hedge fund managers who drive sports cars are likely to take greater investment risks than those who drive the humble minivan.
19th Apr 2017
Dimitra Manis returns to campus to talk about leadership
Monash Business School alumna Dimitra Manis recently returned from the Big Apple for a visit to campus, where she talked to our MBA students about being a leader.
10th Apr 2017
Alumnus Nick Stone on building a New York coffee empire
Nick Stone, founder and CEO of Bluestone Lane and Monash Business School alumnus, talks about making it work in New York - the world's toughest coffee market.
10th Apr 2017
Three charts on mortgage stress: it isn’t as bad as you might think
The current debate about housing muddles two separate issues: the affordability of housing, and the risk in the banking system of any significant fall in house prices.
5th Apr 2017
How adapting to a new country is all about attitude
For students studying overseas and feeling homesick it turns out it isn’t the time spent in your new country that will change how you feel, it’s your attitude. New Monash Business School research investigates how foreign students use the media and adapt to life at Chinese universities.
27th Mar 2017
Why 1987 Petroleum Resource Rent Tax is still relevant today
Dr Diane Kraal was given access to the private papers of Dr Craig Emerson, a ministerial economic advisor in the 1980s petroleum tax reform period provided compelling insights into the reform process that led to the petroleum resource rent tax.