Bachelor of Commerce student Alexander MacInnes got the call that would change his career during final exams.
A team of Griffith Business School finance students managed a distinguished top three finish in the Asia-Pacific regional round of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Research Challenge in Bangkok.
Griffith University alumnus Hugh Hurst is proof that a global exchange can change your life.
Economics and Business Statistics Seminar
Date: 24 March 2017
Time: 11.00 am
Venue: N54_2.06 and G27 1.11
Presenters: Dan Rosenblum, Jay Unick and Daniel Ciccarone
Title: An Instrumental Variables Approach to Estimating the Effects of Changes in the Heroin Market on Overdoes in the US
Date: 3 April 2017
Time: 11.00 am
Venue: N72_-1.18 and G23_3.01
Presenter: Dr Ru Gao - UQ Business School
Title: Convergence of Accounting Standards and Corporate Cash Holdings: A Test Using Mandatory IFRS Adoption
2017 CLTA Conference
Department of Accounting Finance & Economics and the Griffith Law School hosted the Corporate Law Teachers Association's (CLTA) Conference.
When: 5 - 7 February 2017
Where: G42, Gold Coast Campus
Theme: Agile Corporate Law: CSR, Innovation & Environment
Innovation and Industry Policy: insights from an evolutionary perspective
In November 2016 the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics hosted a conference 'Innovation and Industry Policy: insights from an evolutionary perspective'.
The ongoing emergence of new products, services and productions methods via the innovation process is a fundamental driver of economic growth and productivity. Beyond this, technological change is transforming how we live, work, communicate and pursue good ideas. This workshop will discuss recent findings in innovation research, new approaches taken to innovation policy around the world and what lessons can be learnt for Australia’s current National Innovation and Science Agenda. The workshop will also focus on the policy challenges faced by the Australian energy sector in transitioning towards more sustainable forms of energy production.
The event was proudly sponsored by the Economic Policy Analysis Program, Griffith University in conjunction with AGL, University of Technology Sydney, RMIT, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science and the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation.