BSI Connection

Category: Research

Brexit – deal or no deal. Facts, fallout and future

“The dominant perspective among those of us who look at international trade is that Brexit is not a sensible move for the UK.”… Read More

Innovation and profit motivations for social entrepreneurship

Social impact, profit, and innovation have been called the “three pillars” of social entrepreneurship, but the research literature focuses mainly on the entrepreneur’s attitude to… Read More

Taxing global profits: A ‘back to the future’ reform

Multinational enterprises can, if they want, avoid paying their taxes and the ‘trillion dollar question’ is how we can change that?  Professor Sara… Read More

Sisters support business together

An ageing population is a global phenomenon and Australia is no exception. Although there are labour shortages experienced in many industries, participation of over-50s, particularly… Read More

Putting consumers in the driving seat

For applied research to have an impact it is imperative to know what the end-users want. Therefore, we first need to identify the end-users and… Read More

So many roads and detours: Exploring students’ study mode choices

Attraction and retention of students is a primary concern for education. The global shift of face to face mode to online creates choices for students. Read More

Sustainable development in Indonesia

While developing countries around the world are preparing to implement UN REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation), there is a debate on the possible… Read More

Intergenerational Care – Successful trials deliver wellbeing between the generations

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Griffith Business School and the Menzies Health Institute Queensland led by Professor Anneke Fitzgerald (program evaluation), and Dr Katrina Radford (workforce… Read More

Sustaining business succession plans in chaebols: The cases of Samsung and Hyundai

Plans to succeed businesses to the third generation have proven difficult for some founding families in South Korea. Such is the case for two of… Read More

AI systems as supplemental agents, rather than primary agents

In the article “How AI can be a force for good” written by Mariarosaria Taddeo et al, a key focus is the concept of… Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Report on findings
Factors influencing the green bond market expansion in Vietnam
Contemplating the relationship with religion in a COVID-19 China
The Blue Economy and the SDGs

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