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The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) is the section of the UNSW Business School in Sydney, that offers global top tier general management, executive and leadership development programs.
John Nash's Equilibrium Points. Senior Lecturer Carlos Pimienta looks back on a cornerstone of economic and game theory
May 29, 2015
At this Learn@Lunch lecture, Associate Professor Garg explored the intersection of emotional states like sadness, helplessness and happiness, and consumer judgment.
May 27, 2015
For MBA graduate Ashish Motwani, the AGSM alumni network was just as crucial as technical ability when it came to securing his new role with Expedia.
Gay marriage is 'economic sense' say Australian firms
Linkedin reveals UNSW grads are the top choice for the 30 most desired employers in Australia
AGSM graduate revolutionises the car radio experience
How does #crowdfunding work? Free event @artdesignunsw Tue 2/6 feat @erinvbrooks from @Startsomegood: http://t.co/a1sv6psIGH
May 26, 2015
“A well rounded university experience must extend beyond the books,” says Bachelor of Commerce/Economics student Jaewoo Jin, UNSW President of the Financial Management Association of Australia (FMAA).
May 25, 2015
Asking for a raise, making career decisions and manoeuvring through office politics can intimidate even the most savvy recent graduate. How do graduates successfully make the transition from university student to corporate player?
Economist and mathematician John Nash’s work on Game Theory has been remembered by lecturer Gabriele Gratton.
May 21, 2015
Today, Linkedin unveiled Australia’s 30 most in-demand employers for 2015 and along with the results, they also revealed these highly sought-after employers hired graduates from UNSW Australia more than any other university.
Researchers from the UNSW Business School have recently discovered why some managers excel under pressure while others resort to bullying and harassment.