New partner for UNSW Business School’s BusinessThink.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015  Features
UNSW Business School and Singapore Management University have formed a partnership to bring business insight and research to a global audience. 

Through their online research journals, BusinessThink and Perspectives@SMU, the two business schools will share business analysis, commentary and research findings about business-related topics as diverse as innovation, entrepreneurships and start-ups, superannuation and retirement incomes, leadership and management, the marketing strategies of global brands, taxation and tax avoidance, finance and investment.

This follows on from a successful partnership with The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Knowledge@Wharton.

David Grant, Senior Deputy Dean at the UNSW Business School says, “we have already started sharing the content of our journals with Wharton in the US, which brings business insight to a broader audience. Now we will expand our reach and provide business insights about the Asia-Pacific region. Our online journals help to bring our scholarly articles and world-leading research to a global audience, including to our many alumni and other businesspeople around the world.”

UNSW Business School Dean Professor Chris Styles added, “translating the findings of rigorous academic research into insights for businesses across the world is central to our mission and forms part of the Business School’s new strategic plan: Strategy 2020, which includes as a central theme the furthering two-way engagement with Asia.”

About Business Think
BusinessThink is the flagship journal of UNSW Australia Business School, a leader in business education and research in the Asia Pacific region. Through expert comment and accessible analysis of the latest findings, BusinessThink informs industry, policy-makers and popular debate.

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