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How the US election outcome will impact Australia's trade settings

The outcome of the upcoming US presidential election may have adverse effects on global and national trade agreements, writes David Uren.

New proxy adviser rules in United States

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted new rules governing the conduct of proxy advisers (see here for the SEC’s release). Designed to address concerns about the “outs...

New study sheds light on effective board leadership in Asia

Asian boards renew focus on collective leadership and accountability.

What has happened to Australia's economic growth?

Though affected by the global economy, Australia's slow economic growth is a result of weak productivity and a reluctance to invest, says AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell.

The Dismal Science - Episode 23 - Culture eats strategy for Brexit.

Special guest Jamie Smyth, the Australian correspondent for the Financial Times, joins the podcast to make sense of the Brexit chaos.

International Scholarships Program 2019 – Round 1 Recipients

In June, the International division awarded four full scholarships for the AICD’s upcoming international courses. These courses will be held from August to November of this year, beginning with the In...

AICD in the Middle East region: Adam Malouf FAICD

Fifteen years ago, I arrived in a region full of hope, confidence, rapid growth, everything being performed at breakneck speed, and a sense that anything could be achieved.

An update from the international division

Welcome to the May edition of our International Newsletter. Ramadan Mubarak to those who are celebrating Ramadan.

Out and About

Highlights from the AICD events and courses held abroad.

Navigating Sustainability in Business

Sustainability. It’s an often-used term with broad intent and meaning. What is it exactly and how do business leaders (and governments) navigate its’ at times complex nature?
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