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Research: Why some people see inequality where others don’t – investigating societal views on bias and discrimination https://t.co/xAYUvOpHEF @KelloggSchool @HWaldfogel @jsskeffington @NourKteily #research #bias #discrimination #equality #socialimpact

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Let's talk about what each uni does, but don't make it a choice between teaching or research https://t.co/amAOaabJvC via @ConversationEDU @Gwil_C #highereducation #universities

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Subsidising high-quality developers, producing content in-house and being less exclusionary – how content-hosting platforms like iOS and Nintendo can avoid the issues that doomed Atari https://t.co/JBbaCzyvIe @SmithSchool #platforms #gaming #content #strategy #management

- 14 hours ago

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Women have the flexibility [to work at home more] now and are using it, while men are reverting to traditional patterns and not using flexibility says @ProfMarianBaird @sydney_business https://t.co/CmFUaHVNAS #WFH #gendergap #remotework #workingfromhome

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@Swinburne report recommends 'embedding a robust system of micro-credentialing into the Australian Qualifications Framework' https://t.co/MKgjXlO3IU #highereducation @TEQSAGov #microcredentials @SRMatchett https://t.co/QlNMjqfTOL

- 18 hours ago

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Key points of the review of Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) and the Engagement and Impact (EI) assessment. https://t.co/ockClStpTP @timeshighered #academicresearch #research @JohnRoss49

- 19 hours ago

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Sustainable development expert Jeffrey Sachs also warns against rise of a ‘monopoly Amazon university’ https://t.co/mvsKsXaYFb via @timeshighered @johncmorgan3 #highereducation #universities

- 1 day ago

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The Australian Research Council has released the ERA and EI Review Final Report and the ERA and EI Action Plan. https://t.co/ZFNPLidWu7 @arc_gov_au #research #academicresearch #universities #highereducation https://t.co/4urozxe9LP

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Survey: Most Australians in favour of more Chinese tourists https://t.co/ex3LGcslft @UTS_Business #tourism #chinatourism #travel https://t.co/74u5H9ZyFt

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Job Makers – Digital Crew

Digital Crew, an international digital marketing agency, is part of the our series of business school international graduates who have created businesses and jobs in Australia.

Learning from a Champion 

What life and business learnings did this Australian tennis legend share with students at our National Indigenous Business Summer School in Melbourne?

The National Indigenous Business Summer School

This is how these students found the immersive experience for Year 11 and 12 students run in Victoria and in Western Australia in 2020.

Our International Graduates Create New Businesses – Mo Works and Hatchquarter

As part of the ABDC series about  international graduates who have created businesses and jobs in Australia, is this profile of the international digital agency, Mo Works, and the incubator, Hatch Quarter.

Learning business to enrich Indigenous communities 

Dr Emma Lee from the Centre of Social Impact at Swinburne University’s Faculty of Business and Law discusses how learning business can economically empower Indigenous communities and help to bridge cultural and social divides.

Impactful Research

About ABDC

Welcome to the ABDC, the collective voice of Australian university business schools.

Our 39 members teach and research the areas vital to the success of the businesses that underpin Australia’s economy.

As their peak body, ABDC’s role is to ensure that those with political, social, cultural and economic influence appreciate and support how business education contributes to Australia’s future.

ABDC member business schools graduate one-third of all students, ­and more than half of the international students, at Australian universities.

They continuously strive to shape graduates with the technical, life and leadership skills ­needed to innovate, adapt and flourish in a dynamic world.

Our international business students strengthen our global relationships and improve the cross-cultural understanding needed to widen our thinking to include diverse worldviews.

The fast growth of international education ­– the nation’s third-largest service export – speaks to the high global standing of Australian business education.

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