School of Management Media Spotlight – June 2018

It is becoming increasingly important to spread news about the Faculty of Business and Law’s applied research to a wider range of outlets than just academic journal articles as industry and the general public do not read these. Promoting our research in the market place can improve interactions and communication with organisations, be them government, public, private sector or not-for-profit.

Sources for communicating your research might include newspaper articles (print and online), radio or TV interviews, articles in professional electronic media (e.g. The Conversation) and industry events or presentations.

The School of Management houses a number of expert commentators. Training is provided to academics who would like to become an expert commentator and the School encourages your participation to not only promote your public profile, but also the Faculty as a research hub.

Below is a list of academics within the School who have contributed to the various media outlets in 2018 so far.

John Curtin Institute of Public Policy

  • Unnecessary US fuss about China’s rising consumption, China Daily (John Edwards)
  • Radio National interview on global stock market correct (John Edwards)
  • RTR FM interview on the results of the Tasmanian state election and foreshadowing of the South Australian election (John Phillimore)
  • Trade Wars: After the skirmish comes the battle proper in US vs China, Australian Financial Review (John Edwards)
  • White House trade war hawks set free to soar into cloudy sky, AFR Weekend newspaper (John Edwards)
  • TEN Eyewitness News interview on WA’s 47 cents per dollar at the new GST carve up (Allan Fenna)
  • US ponders how it can stem China’s technology march, Australian Financial Review (John Edwards)
  • China steals the tech march, AFR Weekend newspaper (John Edwards)
  • Yarloop CRC funding set to be halved, Harvey-Waroona Reporter (John Phillimore)

National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education

  • ABC Radio Melbourne interview on female train drivers on Metro Trains (Erin Watson-Lynn)
  • Monash University leads study of undergraduate degrees in vocational institutions in Australia, Medianet
  • Online students need personal touch, University of Wollongong website (funding provided by NCSEHE)
  • How equity experts can influence the new enrolment model, Campus Morning Mail (Sue Trinidad)
  • Equity experts’ big policy change, Campus Morning Mail (Sue Trinidad)
  • Australia: Equity Research and Innovation Panel, MarketWatch (Sue Trinidad)

Human Resources discipline

  • How technology will change your job and how you need to adapt, ABC Online (Julia Richardson)
  • ABC Radio Perth regular panel segment on a range of topics focused on jobs and skills for the future and the fast past of technological advancement (Julia Richardson)
  • When Empowering Employees Works, and When It Doesn’t, Harvard Business Review (Amy Tian)
  • ABC Radio Perth interview about companies being good citizens (Julia Richardson)

International Business discipline

  • Perth’s CBD buildings: Who owns our city? Perth Now (Fuming Jiang)
  • Public Policy Transformation in South Africa, The Saturday Paper (Kantha Dayaram)
  • Sydney’s Eastside Radio interview on South African Farmers, Policy Reform and Land Distribution in South Africa post 1994 (Kantha Dayaram)

Organisational Behaviour discipline

  • Marketing drives WA schools to become colleges, The West Australian, Perth Now & South Western Times (Scott Fitzgerald)

General