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Do most hedge fund managers generate returns through managerial skill? According to our research, the answer is 'no'. Associate Professor Paul Lajbcyguer and Mikhail Tupitsyn discuss their research, which is part of the CSIRO-Monash superannuation cluster

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Could targeting key players in crinimal activities, rather than those committing the most crimes, yield the best results? Network economist Professor Yves Zenou discusses his research: http://business.monash.edu/business-insights/how-network-economics-could-reduce-crime-or-even-head-off-a-global-recession

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On behalf of the Future Business Council and the Centre for Policy Development, we invite you to attend the first public business panel. The panel will explore the growing role boards and directors need to play in relations to the consideration of climate change:

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New research led by Centre for Health Economics' Associate Professor David Johnston will look into how governments can counter the negative fallout from natural disasters, from floods and fires to heatwaves:

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Associate Professor David Johnston from our Centre for Health Economics joins a multi-million dollar research project aimed at improving the lives of more than 1 billion people living in slums worldwide:

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Research shows that innovative companies are more likely to reach their full potential. Associate Professor Herman Tse discusses four strategies companies should adopt to remain competitive:

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With day one of the #AusOpen now underway, who are your tips to walk away with this year's trophy? New research by our students, which analysed Hawk Eye trajectory data from last year’s Open, shows that the secret may be in the player’s serve.

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We are witnessing globalisation, urbanisation and digitatisation - some of the meta-trends that are leading to next-generation problems. Professor Richard Hall shares his insights on how the future belongs to organisations that are agile, resilient and innately innovative:

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Bribery is a scourge that undermines economies and promulgates inequality. But how do bribery and corruption spread? New research by professors Klaus Abbink and Lata Gangadharan has demonstrated for the first time that there is such thing as the 'contagion effect':
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