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Corporate payout policy: Does product market competition matter?

It goes without saying that investors want to see a return on their investment and have confidence the organisation they are investing in as the… Read More

Entrepreneurship penetrates the dietetics discipline

Dietitians determine how nutrition and good eating affect our overall health. They provide guidance about how to appropriately manage diets and nutrition for people who… Read More

Role of regional cooperation and integration in improving energy insecurity in South Asia

Energy security is a nation’s ability to meet the energy needs of its inhabitants uninterruptedly at an affordable price. Energy security affects national security… Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on remittance–urgent response needed

Remittances have important implications on economic growth in many Asian economies including in Bangladesh. While Bangladesh ranks eighth globally in terms of receiving remittance income,… Read More

Can technology help Australians ‘get back to normal’ while maintaining social distancing?

The federal government believes that social distancing restrictions can be eased sooner if there is a greater surveillance of people infected by the coronavirus… Read More

Indian innovators’ social enterprise serves up 30,000 meals to those in need due to COVID-19

Alina Alam, social entrepreneur and participant of Griffith University’s Indian Women Innovators program, is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mitti Café, a… Read More

Griffith alumnus maintains intergenerational connections during lockdown

Following the Federal Government announcement, encouraging aged care providers to limit the number of visits to their facility under the national guidelines to control… Read More

We are all in this together: How do students cope and adapt to online studies?

In a 2019 research project investigating the study choices of management students, Dr Katrina Radford, Dr Harsha Sarvaiya, Dr CJ Wang and… Read More

Assessing and predicting the duration of COVID-19 and its impact on China’s economy

With the increase in human activity, our natural environment has changed significantly. China’s epidemics stemming from wildlife will continue to rise in 2020. Unlike African… Read More

Academic self-leadership for thriving in a virtual workplace

When the COVID-19 evolved into a pandemic, forcing many countries around the world to move towards working from home, technology suddenly became fundamental to the… Read More

Griffith alumnus maintains intergenerational connections during lockdown
Department of Business Strategy and Innovation - Official launch
COVID-19 and the resilience of the Asian economy—a workhorse of the global economy
Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

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