BSI Connection

Tagged as International Business

Uncovering indirect foreign firm ownership reveals positive productivity spillovers

According to Sara McGaughey, there are more foreign firms than we think – Indirectly controlled foreign firms—often wrongly categorised as domestic—have the strongest productivity spillovers. Read More

Importance of keeping a learning mindset when engaging in international markets

Mr Scott Ashton, Director, International Markets, Trade and Investment Queensland delivered a guest lecture to 7921IBA International Business class on 5 August 2019. Mr Ashton… Read More

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

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

Emerging leaders seek solutions for today’s urban challenges

The Griffith University Young Professionals Forum is a long-standing and esteemed feature of the 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit (2019APCS) and Mayors’ Forum. The prestigious… Read More

Energy efficiency in the manufacturing sector: Implications for Singapore

Financial and market-based instruments are important as they deliver a price signal, which provides an incentive for firms to invest in innovation or implement more… Read More

Holding up a mirror to “dishonest and greedy” finance culture
Building coastal agricultural resilience in Bangladesh: A systematic review of progress, gaps and implications
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort
The influence of expatriation on self-concept and identity

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