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Research highlights

At the ANU College of Business and Economics, our research is focused on issues that are highly significant for organisations, the Australian economy, and society at large, as well as on the ongoing pursuit of excellence in foundation research.

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What is the price of political uncertainty?

10 September 2019

Australia is set for a bumpy ride in the lead up to the 2020 US elections, writes Dr Phong Ngo

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Negative tweets could improve a company’s profit

30 August 2019

The negative sentiment on Twitter increases analysts' forecast accuracy, CBE Expert Dr Stanley Choi explains.

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Making Defence a ‘smarter buyer’

22 August 2019

ANU scholars team up with Department of Defence in a $1.5 M research collaboration

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The Fall and Rise of the Indian Economy

15 August 2019

Understanding India’s colonial global connections and its economic development

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Reforming Student Loans

13 August 2019

Addressing an International Problem

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Why don’t we need the whole truth?

22 July 2019

This is not just some pedantic debate. It has real world consequences.

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Funding the education architecture

08 July 2019

‘Australia has begun a revolution that will go far beyond the funding of higher education students’

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Financing higher education

01 July 2019

Professor Bruce Chapman and Professor Lorraine Dearden provide a snapshot of the history of Income Contingent Loans

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Working with the Government to transform records

17 June 2019

The aim of the project is to improve public sector organisations’ understanding of the information that they hold

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Health of the Global Economy? TBD.

24 May 2019

‘The ongoing China-US trade war was inevitable and its solution is still uncertain’

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How can LEGO® fix Australian Politics?

10 May 2019

As a tool for conflict resolution, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® is a serious method to build shared understanding

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Banks are using ineffective tools

08 May 2019

There is no trustworthy evidence that manages the 'risk culture': new ANU report

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2019 Budget: ‘The numbers are innovative’

18 April 2019

Dr John Hewson and Danielle Wood discuss their interpretations and takeaways from the 2019 Budget

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New Direction of CEPR emphasises research impact

09 April 2019

Ben Phillips has been named as the new Director of the Centre for Economic Policy Research and impact is in his sights.

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Boredom not such a bad thing after all

01 April 2019

Research shows that boredom can trigger an immediate and targeted response that leads to creativity.

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Model efficiency is a model for impact

29 March 2019

CBE economic modelling done with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York resulted in a dramatic gain in efficiency.

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Martin Parkinson launches First Friday Economics

26 March 2019

First Friday Economics is a new monthly event that will attract high calibre economists to speak to young professionals.

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Data science shifting abortion healthcare

06 March 2019

The abortion care experience for Australian women could be improved using recent research methods developed in CBE.

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Management and machine learning

15 January 2019

Visiting Stanford academic, Professor Kathryn Shaw discusses some challenges with machine learning and management

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Time for a broader review of super

14 January 2019

The recent Productivity Commission inquiry was prevented from examining the idea of superannuation.

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How your mood could impact what you see online

10 January 2019

New research from RSA explores a link between moods and how we engage with online content.

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CBE 2018 research—A year in review

09 January 2019

CBE has had a fantastic and diverse output of research throughout 2018—read some of the highlights.

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What can Twitter tell us about business?

18 December 2018

RSA academics have published new research exploring how Twitter data is being used to make earnings forecasts in firms

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Opening up education to the world

04 December 2018

Professor Bruce Chapman has been working with countries around the world to improve their student loan systems

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ARC awards research in the national interest

28 November 2018

The ARC announced its latest round of grants, funding a wide spread of CBE research

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ANU economist wins ARC Future Fellowship

02 August 2018

Dr Fedor Iskhakov from the ANU Research School of Economics, has been awarded an ARC Future Fellowship worth $857,585

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CEO compensation in Japan

05 December 2017

New research examines CEO compensation using newly disclosed information on director remuneration in Japan

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The labour market impacts of parental leave

27 November 2017

New research by Associate Professor Maria Racionero will shed light on how parental leave impacts on the labour market.

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Research on political ambitions of China's CEOs

16 November 2017

New research by Associate Professor Meijun Qian looks at CEO performance, incentives and political career progression.

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ANU research partnership to support Defence

02 November 2017

A research partnership between the ANU and Defence has the potential to improve Defence's project selection system.

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Balancing industry success with academia

18 September 2017

Senior lecturer Bridget Browne appointed actuarial partner for EY in Canberra.

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