Russia’s aggressive cuts to natural gas exports and landmark US legislation have jointly boosted the global pursuit of carbon-free green hydrogen in recent months, firming a widespread resolve to find green hydrogen solutions to the climate change crisis. The US Inflation Reduction Act, passed in August, authorises US$369 billion in spending on energy security and climate …read more
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Ian Harper, dean of the top-ranked Melbourne Business School for reputation, says the school has an established reputation. The school has benefited from its structure, he adds. “Broadly speaking there are three elements; one is the relationship with the business community, the others are the quality of the students and the quality of academics.” These elements …read more
Students see healthcare management, behavioural economics and data analysis as pathways to future employment. UTS business school associate dean (education) Sara Denize says employer need is pushing change at a time of robust employment. “We’re seeing a shift in some content areas that people are really very focused on and where there are labour market shortages,” …read more
Business schools are incubators of the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Three MBA students reveal how they were inspired to turn ideas into businesses. Holly Richards began exercising at home for the first time during the pandemic lockdowns. Always plus-sized, she revelled in the freedom of moving her body in private. “I started to really get into it …read more