Professor Elizabeth Sheedy said risk management was not compulsory at most MBA schools despite the Hayne royal commission showing how problematic governance had become.
ANZ’s move on bonuses may well start to shake up the self-interested culture, says Macquarie Business School Professor Elizabeth Sheedy in the Australian Financial Review.
Australia might only have a decade left to wean itself off coal if the latest international efforts to decarbonise are anything to go by. See the opinion piece in the Sydney Morning Herald by Macquarie University’s Professor Martina Linnenluecke.
The rebate has been bad policy from the start. It has cost Australian taxpayers billions of dollars each year with little benefit except to private health insurers and some with private health insurance. See Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy Dr Henry Cutler’s opinion piece in The Australian.
Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy’s Dr Henry Cutler says in the Australian Financial Review there is no empirical research had verified whether increased private insurance membership led to shorter public hospital waiting times.
In the complex world of assessing corporate culture, there is – as yet – no hard evidence that subjective assessment can outperform properly conducted surveys, says Macquarie University Professor Elizabeth Sheedy in the Australian Financial Review.
Macquarie University Professor of Environmental Finance Martina Linnenluecke talks to ABC Radio PM’s Rachel Mealy and says the economics of the Adani coal plant don’t add up as Australia’s investment in coal will be written down in as little as 10 years.
Macquarie University Professor Elizabeth Sheedy said creating a culture that values risk management is a huge task for financial institutions and business all over the world. “Women should be hired and promoted because they are part of the community rather than needing to claim super powers based on gender,” she says in the Australian Financial Review.
Dr Henry Cutler from Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy says people are skimping on health care because of the cost, and that lack of preventative care ultimately leads to increased health expenditure. See his comments on ABC TV News.
Dr Henry Cutler from the Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy analyses the healthcare policies of political parties for ABC 730 in the lead up to the Federal Budget.
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