Food for thought
Food connects all of us – so using it as a tool to teach students global competency and citizenship makes sense, says University of Melbourne expert.
Is EQ more important than ever?
As we ask students to become more globally competent, a University of Melbourne expert says the need to teach emotional intelligence is even more important.
A nomadic sense of home
A University of Melbourne expert says that although home is often understood as a fixed point, nomadic communities remind us home can be cultivated anywhere.
Encouraging responsible sourcing in our supply chains
To encourage responsible sourcing, mathematical modelling suggests firms need low-cost ways to signal their credentials, says University of Melbourne expert
How to rescue free trade in the post-COVID world
Free Trade Agreements are now the ‘poster boy’ of anti-globalisation; a University of Melbourne expert says labour and environmental provisions could help.
The rise of the digital nomad
University of Melbourne research finds countries around the world are seeking to attract a growing legion of digital nomads through new remote work visas.
An ounce of biosecurity prevention is worth two pounds of cure
Australia will avoid $A314 billion in damages through the continued operation of its biosecurity systems, new research led by University of Melbourne shows
Reimagining international airports in COVID-19
COVID-19 highlights that the way we design airports offers a way to minimise the risk of new imported disease outbreaks say University of Melbourne experts.
Will COVID-19 end globalisation?
Could COVID-19 end globalisation as we know it? A University of Melbourne expert says history demonstrates the dynamism and resilience of global connections.
Picturing the Credit Crunch
Economists at the University of Melbourne have created a ground-breaking model of the global financial crisis in the hope of preventing it from happening again.