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Reforming residential tenancy acts in Australia

Nickolas Marzohl and Dr Tracey Dodd

Residential tenancy laws in Australia are crucial for maintaining a balance between landlords and tenants.

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Ukrainian entrepreneurs in Denmark after the Russian invasion

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A report has been released in Denmark written by Professor Paul Steffens of the Adelaide Business School and Professor Kim Klyver, Professor in Entrepreneurship at University of Southern Denmark and adjunct professor at University of Adelaide.

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Research to Practice: Retirement Planning – we’ve researched the best practice for retirement planning, so you don’t have to

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Considering retirement? Get advice based on the latest research in podcast series Research to Practice – Retirement Planning hosted by Head of Management at the Adelaide Business School Dr Valerie Caines.

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MBA Team to Represent ABS at FECC

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MBA team to represent the Adelaide Business School at the global Family Enterprise Case Competition, to be held in Vermont, USA January 2024.

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Being proactive alone is not a shortcut to good leadership

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New research from the University of Adelaide demonstrates that being proactive could earn an individual a leadership position, but merely being proactive alone does not make for a good leader.

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Is the sky falling? The good, the bad, and the unknown about working from home

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Working from home has become a pressing topic with significant discussion in workplaces and on social media around the benefits and disadvantages

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Advancement of Australian Lifestyle Wines

Rebecca Dolan

Consumer research to determine how Australian NOLO wines can establish prominence in domestic and export markets.

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Adelaide Business School Prize and Awards Ceremony 2023

Professor Noel Lindsay

The Adelaide Business School celebrated the achievements of its students at its annual Prize and Awards Ceremony on 9 May at the National Wine Centre.

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Dean of Business at the Adelaide Business School sleeping rough in the 2023 Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout

Noel Lindsay

The Vinnies CEO Sleepout is a one-night event held on one of the longest and coldest nights of the year. This year, it is being held on 22 June.

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Adelaide Business School’s inaugural Women in Leadership MBA Scholarship

Simmonette Duggin and Jane Creaser, the inaugural recipients of the Women in Leadership scholarship

Gender inequality in Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs continues to be an issue across Australia, with the national average of female-identifying students sitting consistently for the past decade at 33%.

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